A California woman has been charged with using the names of convicted killers, including Scott Peterson, to collect more than $145,000 in fraudulent unemployment benefits. Brandy Iglesias made her initial court appearance Wednesday on charges including grand theft, forgery and identity theft. She didn't enter a plea and was ordered held on $20,000 bail. Prosecutors say Iglesias collected benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic in the names of Peterson, who was convicted of killing his pregnant wife and unborn child, and Cary Stayner, who confessed to killing three women sightseeing in Yosemite National Park in 1999. Prosecutors say Iglesiasworkedfor a company that had a contract with San Quentin State Prison, where both inmates are housed.