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Breast cancer patient says she was mistaken for fugitive
POST FALLS, Idaho -- A 35-year-old breast cancer patient says she felt humiliated when she was handcuffed and questioned after being mistaken for a Missouri teen wanted in her infant daughter's death. The Coeur d'Alene Press reports that Erin Peters says she was stopped Friday at an Idaho Walmart and questioned for 45 minutes after being mistaken for 18-year-old Whitley Evenson, of Independence, Mo., who is charged with murdering her six-week-old baby last year.