Salvation Army imposter suspects arrested in Modesto | Crime
MODESTO, CA (AP) - California investigators say Domonick Carrie and Khalillah Williams used a Salvation Army bell and kettle to collect money outside a Wal-Mart for themselves.
Modesto police told the Modesto Bee that a Salvation Army employee reported the couple yesterday.
Salvation Army bell ringers do not work Sundays. The kettle stands are left inside the stores where they raise money, but the kettles are returned to their respective Salvation Army locations where they are kept under lock and key each night.
The amount of money collected by the pair hasn't been disclosed.