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Court Appearance for Woman Accused of Identity Theft

Court Appearance for Woman Accused of Identity Theft



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(KSL News) A woman charged with identity theft related to an immigration raid in Hyrum will appear in court today.

Veronica Carrillo of Logan is accused of selling birth certificates and Social Security cards.

Carillo told an undercover informant she'd sold more than 300 real documents. A federal indictment claims those were provided to workers at the Swift Meat processing plant.

That plant was one of six raided nationwide for illegal immigrants in December.

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