Oct 31

Deputies: Female Unlawfully Gets Almost $30K In Public Support

A Caledonia lady is dealing with several charges after being accused of unlawfully getting nearly $30,000 in public assistance.On Oct. 23, Ontario County constables deputies charged Kristin D. Ireland, 29, of 20 Paddy Lane, with several counts of first-degree offering an incorrect instrument for filing, a class E felony.Charges of third-degree welfare scams and third-degree grand larceny, both class D felonies are to follow, deputies stated. Ireland is implicated of failing to report the earnings of her childrens father who was residing in her Ontario County home, according to Ontario County constables deputies. As an outcome, the Caledonia woman got $18,279.20 in Child Care and Food Stamp advantages, and an additional$9,801 in real estate support benefitstake advantage of the Geneva Housing Authority, deputies said. Ireland was issued a look ticket and released to appear in Hopewell Town Court at a later date.

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