TULSA, OK -- A Tulsa man is headed to prison accused of passing more than a half a million dollars in counterfeit checks.
David Skalla was sentenced to nearly three years for his part in a bank scheme.
Among his intended targets, the Bank of Oklahoma for $400,000.
In all, the judge found Skalla intended for his victims to lose more than $540,000 in counterfeit checks.
As part of the sentence, Skalla will have to undergo mental health treatment while in custody and for five years after he's released.