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Mitchell Man Pays Restitution To Avoid Prosecution

Mitchell Man Pays Restitution To Avoid Prosecution

A Mitchell man accused of defrauding a Mitchell bank has agreed to pay restitution.  William Weier obtained a $250,000 loan from First National Bank to purchase vehicles to be sold through his business, Auto Xpress.  Weier agreed to pay the bank back through the money he received through vehicle sales.  He allegedly sold the vehicles without giving any of the money back to the bank.  Weier will pay $100,000 in restitution to avoid prosecution.  He will also be under supervision for six months.

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