Bond and Probation Revoked on Alleged Swindler in Selma


By George McDonald

The Selma woman accused of trying to swindle an elderly woman out of her property was back in court Monday. Dorita West had her bond on previous forgery and identity theft charges revoked -- due to her recent arrest on theft charges. West is accused of trying to sell a car and a house belonging to an 87 year old woman. West also had her probation revoked from previous charges. A preliminary hearing on her current case is set for July 17th.

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