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Curtis Lavell Britton, now of Phoenix, told the 29-year-old St.
Paul woman in June 2012 that his mother was dying of cancer at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, and that he needed ,000 to get her body back to her native Trinidad and cover the funeral. Britton must remain law-abiding during his five-year probation or risk serving the stayed 17-month prison sentence, Ramsey County District Judge Edward S. But Ramsey County prosecutor Richard Dusterhoft told the court that Britton — as recently as two days ago — had asked a woman in Phoenix to spot him a ticket to Chicago to go to his mother’s funeral.
Curtis Lavell Britton, 34, of Phoenix, Arizona, was sentenced May 13, 2013 in Ramsey County District Court to 60 days in jail, with a stayed sentence of 17 months, for theft by swindle.