Alison Krauss Impostor Returning To Washington County After Halloween

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Peggy Evers is on the left in this image, while Alison Krauss is on the right.

WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) – The woman who conned a local man by pretending to be country music star Alison Krauss is scheduled to return to Washington County from New Mexico after Halloween, officials say.

Peggy Sue Evers, 53, was booked into the Bernalillo Metropolitan Detention Center on Oct. 1 at 10:37 p.m., the jail’s intake report states.

Evers had a warrant issued for her arrest by Washington County Circuit Judge Mark Lindsay after she skipped her scheduled court hearing on Sept. 18, authorities say.

She is scheduled to be extradited from the New Mexico jail where she is being held by Oct. 31, according to officials.

If she is picked up by Halloween, she will likely be back in Washington County on Nov. 1 or 2, officials said.

In January, Evers pleaded guilty in Washington County Circuit Court to theft by deception. She received eight years probation and was ordered to pay nearly $73,000 in restitution to her elderly victim and to return his vehicles within 60 days. Evers also signed the deed to his house back over to him.

In March, she then violated the terms of her probation by not returning the victim’s vehicles within 60 days of her guilty plea, according to court documents

Police said Evers convinced 75-year-old Don Fulton she was Krauss and got him to sign his $245,000 home over to her in 2013. His bank account also fell by $40,000, according to an arrest warrant affidavit in Washington County Circuit Court.

(Evers is seen at left in the photo above. Krauss is at right.)

Fulton later told police he believed Evers was Krauss and that she had changed her name to escape the paparazzi. He also said he signed his home over to Evers so that she could put it in Fulton’s son’s name.

Investigators also discovered that Evers had changed Fulton’s will to give her his money in the event of his death, according to the arrest warrant affidavit. Evers gained control of Fulton’s home by alleging meritless battery accusations against Fulton, police said.


  • David

    (Evers is seen at left in the photo above. Krauss is at right.) <—–Thanks for this. Without that bit of information I would have been left wondering who was who in the photos.

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