Daily Court Reporter - News Store owner sentenced to prison for $2.8 million in food stamp fraud
Store owner sentenced to prison for $2.8 million in food stamp fraud
A Youngstown convenience store owner was sentenced to nearly three years in prison for nearly $2.8 million in food stamp fraud, including paying cash for food stamps and accepting them for prohibited items, including alcohol and tobacco, said U.S. Attorney Carole S. Rendon and USDA-OIG Special Agent in Charge Anthony V. Mohatt.
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Date Published: March 10, 2017