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Fraudster Gets Rehab for $70K Multi-State Credit Card Scamming

A Pendleton woman was sentenced to residential drug abuse treatment Monday in Walla Walla County Superior Court in two cases including multiple fraud and theft charges totaling tens of thousands of dollars in multiple states.

Alea D. Henderson, 31, originally was charged in the second case with second-degree theft, second-degree organized retail theft, first-degree attempted theft, three counts of third-degree theft, two counts of attempted vehicle theft and second-degree attempted theft.

She made an agreement, however, with prosecutors and pleaded guilty January 17 to five counts of second-degree theft. The first case’s charge remained as it was — second-degree theft… Union-Bulletin

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