LOGAN — A Logan woman has been charged with bigamy, after police found she had married five times, but appears to have divorced only once.

Nichole Christine Greenlee made an initial appearance in 1st District Court this week. She's charged with third-degree felony bigamy and with a misdemeanor count of making a written false statement. The charges stem from Greenlee's two most recent marriages. The others are under investigation, including one from out of state, and more charges could be filed.

"Evidently, this lady has been married five times and is divorced once that we can find out," said Cache County sheriff's Capt. Kim Cheshire.

A telephone message left at the office of Greenlee's attorney, Shannon Demler, was not immediately returned Thursday.

County records obtained by The Herald Journal in Logan show four marriage licenses on file for the 32-year-old Greenlee from June 1994, April 2003, October 2007 and May 2008.

On each license application Greenlee used her maiden name, Fasick, and claims it is her first marriage.

Only one divorce — in 2003 — is recorded with the county.

"Mr. Greenlee indicates there's never been a divorce ... and that they're still currently married," said Tony Baird, a Cache County deputy attorney.

Robert Greenlee's mother, KayLene Draper, said Wednesday that Nichole and Robert Greenlee currently live together in Logan. She declined further comment.

But Michael Ryan Goertmiller said he believed Nichole Greenlee had divorced her husband in January. Goertmiller said he dated Nichole Greenlee for six months and married her in May.

"She told me in January that Rob filed for divorce, and she went down and signed the papers," said Goertmiller, who is currently serving three consecutive jail terms on drug convictions. "I totally believed her at the time."

Goertmiller said he now feels "used, abused and taken advantage of" by Greenlee.

Another hearing is set for Nov. 13.