Winkle pleads not guilty: Accused of being in check-kiting scheme
By WENDY BRYANT
TOLEDO An ex-car dealer from Paulding entered a not guilty plea in federal court Thursday to charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States and bank fraud.
Tom Winkle, 51, and a former Kenton car dealer, Steven Myers, 42 both indicted Wednesday on the same charges are accused of participating in a check-kiting scheme that led to the investigation of former bank executive Mark Steven Miller of the defunct Oakwood Deposit Bank.
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