A Roseville woman who faked her son’s cancer to collect thousands of dollars in donations is out of jail after 10 months behind bars.
The Macomb County mother who faked her son’s cancer as a way to scam people out of money has given up her parental rights.
A Roseville woman will spend a year in jail for scamming thousands of dollars from donors by drugging her 12-year-old son to make him appear to have cancer
A former Roseville woman who “faked” her son’s cancer to collect money is due in court Tuesday for sentencing.
A Macomb County woman accused of drugging her 12-year-old son to make it appear he had cancer has pleaded no contest and faces sentencing March 29.
A Roseville woman accused of faking her son’s cancer so that she could collect money is due in court Wednesday. Prosecutors say 47-year-old Carol Schnuphase lied to everyone — including her 12-year-old son — claiming […]
A mental competency exam has been ordered for the Roseville woman, accused of swindling thousands of dollars from friends and family by making her son pretend he had cancer.
Court hearings took place Wednesday in two separate cases where mothers are charged with abusing their children.
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