NorCal Pair Accused Of Using Salvation Army Bell, Kettle To Enrich Themselves

MODESTO (CBS/AP) — A man and woman used a Salvation Army bell and kettle to collect money outside a Modesto Walmart for themselves, according to investigators.

Modesto police Sgt. David Chamberlain said that a Salvation Army employee contacted authorities about the scam on Sunday.

Salvation Army bell ringers do not work Sundays. Bells and kettles are left inside the stores where they raise money.

Chamberlain says 25-year-old Domonick Carrie and 25-year-old Khalillah Williams were arrested outside the Walmart. Investigators say Williams collected the money and Carrie was in a vehicle nearby.

Williams is in jail where he was booked for investigation of felony conspiracy and obtaining money under false pretenses. Carrie is in custody for felony conspiracy.

The amount of money collected by the pair hasn’t been disclosed.

 

 

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