GREAT FALLS, Mont. -

A 32-year-old Great Falls man faces charges after prosecutors say he issued himself a debit card to the bank account of a recently deceased woman and used it to withdraw just over $200.
    
The Great Falls Tribune reports (http://gftrib.com/1c01bD0 ) Aaron J. Brown is charged with felony deceptive practices and misdemeanor identity theft.
    
Prosecutors say Brown was working at a Wells Fargo branch where Zachary Torkelson and his sisters were handling their mother's estate after her Nov. 4 death.
    
The siblings canceled their mother's credit cards and Brown issued a temporary debit card.
    
Prosecutors say when Torkelson tried to use the card it was declined. He then spotted two transactions on Nov. 14 totaling $205.50 that he did not make.
    
An investigation found Brown reported Torkelson's card stolen and issued another card.