Carissa Carpenter, 51, said little at her brief arraignment in Sacramento federal court on Thursday. <252><137>this afternoon on fraud charges. a self-described entertainment executive says she is tantalizingly close to having her company, Morning View LLC, bring a $2.8 billion project to the town of Dixon, during an interview TGI Fridays Simi Valley, CA on Tuesday April 30, 2013.<252><137>
Carissa Carpenter, 51, said little at her brief arraignment in Sacramento federal court on Thursday. <252><137>this afternoon on fraud charges. a self-described entertainment executive says she is tantalizingly close to having her company, Morning View LLC, bring a $2.8 billion project to the town of Dixon, during an interview TGI Fridays Simi Valley, CA on Tuesday April 30, 2013.<252><137> Manny Crisostomo <137>mcrisostomo@sacbee.com <137>Sacramento Bee file
Carissa Carpenter, 51, said little at her brief arraignment in Sacramento federal court on Thursday. <252><137>this afternoon on fraud charges. a self-described entertainment executive says she is tantalizingly close to having her company, Morning View LLC, bring a $2.8 billion project to the town of Dixon, during an interview TGI Fridays Simi Valley, CA on Tuesday April 30, 2013.<252><137> Manny Crisostomo <137>mcrisostomo@sacbee.com <137>Sacramento Bee file
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Would-be Dixon studio executive pleads not guilty to fraud

November 20, 2014 05:00 PM