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A woman from Pennsylvania has been accused of illegally receiving benefits from worker’s compensation to which she was not entitled while employed at a Corning, New York Hotel.

The State Insurance Department of New York claims that 50-year-old Lawrenceville, Pennsylvania resident Joanne Wilber collected nearly $11,000 between March 2007 and April 2008 for a personal injury in 2001 that she claimed prevented her from being able to work. However, according to investigators, she was working at the Stay Bridge Suites during that time period.

 

Wilber faces charges with grand larceny and could serve up to seven years in prison if convicted.

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