Thursday, June 29, 2017

68 Pennsyilvania residents caught in welfare fraud-June 28, 2017

68 Pennsylvanians charged with committing nearly $270K in welfare fraud

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State Inspector General Bruce R. Beemer's office has charged 68 Pennsylvanians with committing welfare fraud in May.

State Inspector General Bruce R. Beemer's office has charged 68 Pennsylvanians with committing welfare fraud in May.(Mark Pynes | mpynes@pennlive.com)

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Twenty-one central Pennsylvania residents are among the 68 people state officials just charged with committing nearly $270,000 in welfare fraud.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Two wrongs don't make a right.
(Two (w)rights made a plane).

Anonymous said...

ha. takes 68 to fraud 270k,and 6 people for 2 million.