Woman Who Triggered Eldorado Raid Entering Treatment Facility

CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (AP) - A Colorado woman linked to calls that may have triggered a raid on a Texas polygamist group is entering an in-patient treatment program.  She's pleaded "not guilty, mental condition impaired" in an unrelated case.

A court filing in Colorado says Rozita Swinton will enter the program next month.  Her attorney didn't immediately comment.  Swinton has been identified as a person of interest in calls to a Texas crisis line that may have sparked the April raid.

Several hundred children were removed from the compound owned by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Most were later returned to their parents.  Authorities say the calls were made from a phone number linked to Swinton -- and are now being investigated as a possible hoax.

Foley entered the "mental condition impaired" plea for Swinton in Colorado Springs last month on a false-reporting charge. Her trial is Jan. 6.