PIERRE — Two Sully County men have entered not guilty pleas to a federal indictment charging them with making false statements related to federal crop insurance. Acting U-S Attorney Dennis Holmes says 67 year-old James Garrett and 43 year-old Levi Garrett were indicted in the case back in October. They entered not guilty pleas Monday. The Indictment accuses James Garrett from making a total of four false statements in connection to federal crop insurance and Levi one statement between 2017 and 2020 in Sully County. James Garrett in 2020, twice took part in a fraudulent scheme to try and receive money from the Coronavirus Relief Funds. Both Garrett’s have been released on bond, pending trial. A trial date has been set in the case for February 15 of 2022. Both men could face up to 30 years in federal prison and/or a million dollar fine with five years of probation and possible restitution.