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NW Woman Mag Editor Faces Charges

The editor of Northwest Woman Magazine, published in Spokane, is wrapped up in an identity theft case. The Spokane County Prosecutor's Office is charging Charity Doyl (pictured in KXLY courtesy photo) with identity theft, theft and cyberstalking. Northwest Woman Magazine is published out of offices on Spokane's South Hill and reaches about 40,000 people. The editor, Charity Doyl, is involved in an identity theft and cyberstalking case that reaches back to late 2009. In court documents obtained by KXLY, her accuser is also her ex-boyfriend, Martin Dow of Glen Dow Academy. Dow told officers that after the two broke up he began receiving threatening and harassing emails from Doyl/Colleen O'Brien, KXLY. More here.

Question: Have you been the victim of cyberstalking or identity theft?




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