2 More Arrested For Welfare Fraud in Hudson Valley
Two more Hudson Valley residents are accused of welfare fraud.
On Monday, the Sullivan County Welfare Fraud Task Force announced two arrests following investigations into welfare fraud
Donald E. Doolittle, 39, of Monticello was charged with the offering a false instrument for filing, a felony, and welfare fraud, a misdemeanor. It’s alleged that Doolittle stole $2,928 in food stamp benefits by failing to report household income.
Raymond W. Myers of Loch Sheldrake is accused of using $926 worth of medical transportation services for non-medical purposes. He was charged with filing a false instrument, a felony, and 13 counts of theft of services, misdemeanors.
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