Stacie Wattendorf, Surrey, charged with multiple counts of unauthorized use of personal ID to obtain credit
Stacie Lynne Wattendorf, 38, Surrey, is now facing theft and forgery and drug-related charges in Minot after having previously been sentenced in two separate courts for similar offenses.
In March, a Northwest District Court judge in Williston sentenced Wattendorf to five years in prison, with six months suspended, for two Class C felony theft of property charges. She was sentenced to 360 days flat time on a Class A misdemeanor forgery charge. All of her sentences are concurrent.
On June 10, in district court in Grand Forks, Wattendorf was sentenced to three years in prison, with two years suspended, and two years supervised probation for theft of property and burglary. The sentences are consecutive to the sentences for the charges in Williams County. She received 360 days flat time for possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.
After being in jail in Grand Forks, Wattendorf was transported to Minot to face charges in various cases.
Among the charges facing her in Ward County are four counts of Class C felony unauthorized use of personal identifying information to obtain credit, all dating back to October; three counts of Class C felony unauthorized use of personal identifying information to obtain credit, dating back to February 2018, one count of unauthorized use of personal identifying information to obtain credit, dating back to November and one count of Class A misdemeanor forgery, also dating back to November.