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September 02, 1985

A woman who used 29 names, 12 Social Security numbers and 11 birth dates was sentenced in Sacramento Superior Court to three years in prison for using a stolen credit card. The woman, identified as Mary Kempton, about 40, was arrested after she bought $280 in merchandise with the card. Court records said she had several loose credit cards in her purse with the names of four persons. She was also driving a vehicle stolen in Nevada. The woman, who has eight previous convictions for burglary, forgery, theft and jail escape, has given authorities 11 birth dates ranging from 1944 to 1957.

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