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Fifth Wheel Mountain Camping cartoonA Craigslist scam targeting individuals searching for RV lots in the Williston, North Dakota area has led to one arrest, Williston Police Department officials said.

Sherri Jensen, 49, was charged in connection with the fraud Aug 17, according to a Williams County Court document provided by Williston Police Detective David Peterson. The charges, Conspiracy to Commit Theft and Theft of Property, are Class C felonies.

An ad provided by the Williston Police Department and posted Aug. 9 is titled, “$795 Williston Valley RV Park is Opening Soon!!! (2 Miles from Walmart).”

The ad asks for a $300 security deposit and posts a contact number.

Craigslist warns of possible fraud at the top of ads by saying, “Avoid scams and fraud by dealing locally! Beware any arrangement involving Western Union, Moneygram, wire transfer, or a landlord/owner who is out of the country or cannot meet you in person.”

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ASHEBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — A local family wants to develop an attraction large enough to compliment the extra traffic the future interstates will bring through Randolph County.

A 6-acre lake and 106 acres of rolling hills plot the foundation for the proposed RV park by the Thomas family’s Asheboro home on Old Cedar Falls Road.

“This is not a campground,” said Reynolds Neely, planning director with the City of Asheboro. “It has amenities, recreational facilities, a store and office.”

Other facilities include a vineyard, a 500-seat banquet room, and RV lots.

Previous development plans have called for over 400 lots in the proposed park, but this one calls for 200.

106 lots will be available for RV owners to purchase, and another 92 will be available as rental spaces.

City planners say this will be a unique project for Asheboro.
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It may be the first week of December, but 80 degree temperatures persist in Tucson, Arizona. That’s exactly why hundreds of people up North pack up their RVs and head to the desert for the holidays. But, in a rough economy with controversy surrounding the state’s immigration law, some tourist industry workers were worried about this season.

Cactus Country RV Park manager Dan Workman admits he was worried amid talk of boycotts and gas prices, but as the season begins, he’s pleasantly surprised.

“The tourism is good for us this year,” he said, “The whole thing about boycotting Arizona has not affected us here at the park so that’s a good thing for us.”

Workman’s 284 RV lots are 80 percent full, and booked solid after Christmas. He also credits the failure of a popular rival RV park, Beaudry RV Resort, this Fall.
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