Carissa Carpenter, shown during an interview with The Bee in Simi Valley in 2013, is due in Sacramento federal court today on fraud charges.
Carissa Carpenter, shown during an interview with The Bee in Simi Valley in 2013, is due in Sacramento federal court today on fraud charges. Manny Crisostomo <137>mcrisostomo@sacbee.com <137>Sacramento Bee file
Carissa Carpenter, shown during an interview with The Bee in Simi Valley in 2013, is due in Sacramento federal court today on fraud charges. Manny Crisostomo <137>mcrisostomo@sacbee.com <137>Sacramento Bee file

Would-be Dixon studio exec is due in federal court – but will she show?

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