California caretaker's Arizona ties part of suspicious death investigation
For as many as 18 years, William Marion Carter was a ghost. The 67-year-old Riverside, California, resident instead operated as James Carter or a number of other aliases, officials say, and had an Arizona driver’s license to help him pull it off.
Now, a 73-year-old California woman he cared for is dead, having died under suspicious circumstances. And Carter, perhaps the only one who witnessed her death, will face trial in connection to her case beginning Wednesday.
He is charged with a catalog of felonies, including elder abuse, attempted grand theft, money laundering and 23 counts of... read more
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