Deputies Arrest Woman Who Deceived Residents

Deputies Arrest Woman Who Deceived Residents

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(Riverton-AP) -- Salt Lake County deputies have arrested a woman who used a bogus story about an ailing relative to get charity money from Riverton residents.

Twenty-year-old Carollee Dawn Miller is alleged to have taken a total of about five-thousand dollars from 100 people since June.

Miller reportedly went door-to-door, saying she was raising money for a family member who needed surgery.

Sheriff's detectives think she was really using the money to buy drugs.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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