Social Security Fraud

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74-Year-Old Philadelphia Woman Sent To Prison For Social Security Fraud

74-year-old Nancy Gonzalez was sentenced Monday to six months in prison — and then six months house arrest after she admitted stealing more than $155,000 in Social Security checks.


(US District Courthouse in Philadelphia.  File photo by Ed Fischer)

Phila. Couple Avoids Prison Time in $150,000 Social Security Fraud

A federal judge says a South Philadelphia couple who cheated Social Security for nearly 20 years are too sick to serve time in prison.


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Philadelphia Woman Admits Collecting Dad’s Social Security For 15 Years After His Death

Sophia Beltz admitted collecting more than $172,000 in Social Security benefits for her father for a decade and a half after he died.


Suspect Linda Weston.

“Basement of Horror” Defendant Linda Weston Ruled Competent For Hearing

A psychiatric examination has determined that a woman accused of imprisoning four mentally disabled adults in a basement as part of an alleged Social Security fraud scheme is competent to proceed in her criminal case, a judge said Wednesday.



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