AUBURN - Cases in Nemaha County allege bank fraud, weapons violation, a stolen wallet and criminal mischief.

An arrest warrant was issued Wednesday for Michael Ogg, 54, Fremont. He is charged with felony theft on July 14.

Court records say a Nemaha County sheriff’s deputy investigated a cash scheme involving Auburn State Bank and a check for $2,000 purportedly from a construction company.

The bank says Ogg made just over $1,000 in withdrawals from a new account, but the deposit from the construction company was not valid.

Jeremy Duncan, 44, of Nemaha is charged in Nemaha County with possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony on July 15.

A bond of $75,000 was set.

A sheriff’s deputy says he observed an ATV on a county road with Duncan and two kids. He said the VIN number on the ATV came back as stolen and the deputy found a .40 caliber Smith and Wesson gun in a backpack.

Duncan is out on bond on a methamphetamine charge. He is scheduled for a  pretrial hearing Aug. on allegations of possession of methamphetamine on June 1, 2022.

Casey Hill, 45, of Auburn is charged with possession of methamphetamine July 10.

A sheriff’s deputy investigating the theft of a wallet from a customer at Glen’s Corner Market says he found illegal drugs and missing items in Hill’s vehicle.

Jeremiah Bigham, 23, of Auburn and Navaeh Prince, 20, of Omaha are charged with felony criminal mischief on June 21.

Court records say tires were punctured, a car keyed, a porch damaged and patio in disarray  a 13th Street residence.