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    Carissa Carpenter arrives at the Sacramento federal courthouse on Aug. 30, 2017. Carissa Carpenter, the would-be developer of a Dixon movie studio now facing fraud charges that she conned her investors out of millions, faces a court hearing Wednesday over whether she should be sent to jail for allegedly violating the conditions of her release on bail.

Carissa Carpenter arrives at the Sacramento federal courthouse

Carissa Carpenter arrives at the Sacramento federal courthouse on Aug. 30, 2017. Carissa Carpenter, the would-be developer of a Dixon movie studio now facing fraud charges that she conned her investors out of millions, faces a court hearing Wednesday over whether she should be sent to jail for allegedly violating the conditions of her release on bail.
Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee