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Impostor poses as rodeo star from Marana in scam

Impostor poses as rodeo star from Marana in scam

A western Pennsylvania woman impersonated a rodeo star Sherry Cervi and set up a sham company to obtain 500 cell phones and $8,000 in saddles, according to her plea in a Pennsylvania federal court Wednesday.

March 07, 2013 3:10 pm Related
Tucson rodeo: Women's event a smash hit with Tucson Rodeo fans

Tucson rodeo: Women's event a smash hit with Tucson Rodeo fans

Marana barrel racer Erin Parsons circles the first barrel during her 17.61-second run.

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Tucson rodeo: Women's event a smash hit with Tucson Rodeo fans

Tucson rodeo: Women's event a smash hit with Tucson Rodeo fans

Bareback rider Clint Laye of Odessa, Texas, scored a 79 on Pop A Top on Saturday at La Fiesta de los Vaqueros.

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Tucson rodeo: Women's event a smash hit with Tucson Rodeo fans

Tucson rodeo: Women's event a smash hit with Tucson Rodeo fans

The popularity of women's barrel racing can't be understated.

February 24, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Patrick Finley: Tucson rodeo: Family living the cowboy life

Patrick Finley: Tucson rodeo: Family living the cowboy life

They hadn't yet dismounted from their horses after barrel racing Sunday when they started to make plans.

February 18, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Patrick Finley: Tucson rodeo: Family living the cowboy life

Patrick Finley: Tucson rodeo: Family living the cowboy life

Rio Rico's Dylan Lunderville, 6, rides Butterscotch, a Shetland pony. "The barrels were bigger than her pony," said sister Taylor.

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Patrick Finley: Tucson rodeo: Family living the cowboy life

Patrick Finley: Tucson rodeo: Family living the cowboy life

Peyton Lunderville, 8, competes in the junior barrel racing competition at Fiesta de los Vaqueros on Sunday. She is on student council at Mountain View Elementary School.

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Patrick Finley: Tucson rodeo: Family living the cowboy life

Patrick Finley: Tucson rodeo: Family living the cowboy life

A rodeo family affair, from left: Melisa Lunderville, Dylan, Peyton, Taylor and Chad. The kids learned to ride by age 3. "They have their own junior rodeos at home, by themselves," Chad said. "They time each other and film each other."

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