Crime

Ann Crall: Cancer-faking Lakewood cop's wife pleads guilty to fraud, could get 15 years

Remember Ann Crall, the Lakewood cop's wife who allegedly faked cancer in order to shake down folks -- including police officers -- for thousands in charitable donations? Well, take the "allegedly" out of the previous sentence, because she's pleaded guilty to theft and charitable fraud. At her sentencing next month, she faces fifteen years in stir.

Look below to read a Jefferson County District Attorney's Office release with the latest details, followed by our previous coverage.

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