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Ex-‘Fugitive of the Week’ Sentenced for Violating Parole

Marston pleaded guilty or no contest to violations including writing a bad check for nearly $18,000 to a dental clinic using an account she shouldn't have opened

Rami Marston

A woman who has lived in multiple Seacoast communities has been sentenced to two years in a federal prison after she was convicted of a dozen parole violations, including passing a bad $150 check for eyelash extensions.

The Portsmouth Herald reports that court records indicate 47-year-old Ramie Marston was recommended to serve her sentence at Federal Prison Camp Alderson in West Virginia.

Marston pleaded guilty or no contest to violations including writing a bad check for nearly $18,000 to a dental clinic using an account she shouldn't have opened.

U.S. marshals arrested her in Tennessee after naming her "Fugitive of the Week." Marston was on supervised release for a bank fraud conviction.

Authorities say Marston stole the identities of friends and lovers and spent the money on herself.

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