A police detective said that a former Gillette man knew his business was facing financial trouble for six to eight months before officially closing and eventually collecting nine theft charges for taking money for jobs that were never completed.

The bond for William Dohse, 42, was to be set at a scheduled initial appearance in Circuit Court on Friday. He has been charged with four felony and five misdemeanor counts of theft totaling $20,807.

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