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Ontonagon Man Faces New Charges

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Ontonagon Man Faces New Charges
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New charges have been brought against an Ontonagon man already accused of forgery. 46-year-old Bruce Sever, 46, was arrested and arraigned last week in Delta County District Court on three charges larceny in a building, larceny by conversion, and false pretenses. Those charges are not related to a separate case in which Sever accepted money for a Gladstone construction job he never finished.  In that case, Sever pleaded guilty to two charges in that case. He was scheduled to be sentenced on those charges October 1st, but court staffers say that date may change. Sever will appear in court September 11th for a preliminary exam on his new charges

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