Eight Philadelphia Police Department Employees Indicted on Theft and Fraud Charges-US News | The Epoch Times

A total of eight employees of the Philadelphia Police Department have been caught double-dipping: receiving unemployment benefits while still working and receiving paychecks from the department. United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams said in a statement Tuesday that the eight employees were charged with fraudulently obtaining emergency unemployment benefits related to COVID-19, resulting in each facing one count of mail or wire fraud and one count of theft of government funds. Charged are Shannon Reynolds, 25, of Philadelphia; Najah Harrell, 32, of Philadelphia; Korey Kinard, 29, of Philadelphia; Keely Maude, 23, of Philadelphia; Tashika White, 50, of Cheltenham, Pennsylvania; Paulette Johnson, 55, of Philadelphia; Monica Pelzer, 45, of Philadelphia; and Yarelis Feliciano, age 28, Philadelphia. Johnson is a clerk for the Department, the seven others are police radio dispatchers. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law in March 2020. It created the Pandemic …

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