This April 16, 2008 photo released by the El Paso County, Colorado, Sheriff's Office shows Rozita Swinton, 33, of Colorado Springs, Colo. A phone number used to allege child abuse at a Texas polygamist retreat had been used before by a Colorado woman, who's accused of making several false abuse claims in an unrelated case, according to an affidavit made public Wednesday, April 23, 2008. (AP Photo/El Paso County Sheriff's Office)
Castle Rock, Colo. (AP) A woman considered a person of interest in phone calls that may have triggered a raid on a Texas polygamist compound is returning to court in Colorado in an unrelated case.
Rozita Swinton faces a probation revocation hearing in Douglas County District Court Wednesday in connection with her 2007 guilty plea to a false reporting charge. She faces up to a year in jail.
Separately, Swinton faces another false reporting charge in El Paso County, Colo.
Authorities say a phone number linked to Swinton was used to make calls to a Texas crisis center that may have led authorities to raid a ranch owned by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ near San Angelo.
Those calls are being investigated as a possible hoax.
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