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Woman pleads guilty to posing as firefighter's wife in scheme, gets jail time

LOS ANGELES - A 29-year-old woman who posed as a firefighter's wife to collect thousands of dollars in donations for firefighters battling the Holy fire, which she kept for herself, has been sentenced to

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