Woman arrested in Rutland for theft gives police false name

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RUTLAND — A 37-year-old woman is facing multiple charges after providing police with a false identity during an arrest.

On April 13, authorities say they were notified of a theft complaint from Dick’s Sporting Goods.

According to the report, a woman entered the store and left without paying for the merchandise she took.

During the investigation, the woman gave troopers false information to hide her identity.

The initial police report that went out to Vermont media listed the accused as the false name provided to police.

State police in Rutland later received a phone call from a woman who had seen the report in the news listing her as being arrested. She told the police she was not arrested.

An investigation into this led to the arrest of Kelly Ingram.

Ingram has been cited for identity theft as well as the retail theft before being lodged at Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility on outstanding warrants.

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