TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute woman will likely be formally charged September 23 in a case of identity deception.
Maggie Rose, 21, is accused of posting a personal ad on Craigslist, acting as another woman. The advertisement included a name, contact number, and even nude photos of the victim.
According to police, the investigation started September 12 when the victim alerted police of the ad.
As the investigation continued, Rose was listed as a suspect and agreed to questioning from police.
According to statements from court, Rose admitted to the posting.
In court, Rose spoke directly to the judge saying "I did it" and "I got her back".
She was never taken into custody but is bound by court rules to be back in court on September 23 and to have no contact with the victim.
Identity deception is a Class-D felony.
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