A woman convicted of faking cancer and collecting donations will spend another two years in prison on new charges.
A woman convicted of faking cancer to collect donations has pleaded guilty to new felony charges.
The wife of a police officer who faked cancer to get donations from friends and neighbors has been sent to prison for lying to her probation officer.
A woman cheated hundreds of people out of thousands of dollars by pretending she had cancer and may have recently been doing it again.
A second hospice is now investigating to see if a nurse who worked there pretended she had cancer to raise money in a scam.
A Highlands Ranch woman who lied about having cancer to collect donations from her friends and her husband’s co-workers will spend 90 days in jail.
A woman said she lied about having cancer to collect donations from her friends and her husband’s co-workers. Ann Crall pleaded guilty in Jefferson County to charges of felony theft and charitable fraud.