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HYRUM, Utah (AP) -- Authorities are on the lookout for a woman wanted in connection with an identity theft charge stemming from an immigration raid last year at a Utah meatpacking plant.
Officers say an arrest warrant has been issued for Araceli Anguiano-Estrada after she failed to appear in federal court yesterday for a change of plea hearing.
Anguiano-Estrada is facing several charges, including aggravated identity theft. She's among 15 people facing federal charges after authorities arrested 145 people last December at the Swift & Company plant in Hyrum.
Utah was one of six states involved in the immigration raids.
Information from: Deseret Morning News, http://www.deseretnews.com
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