A Cincinnatus woman was arrested for DSS fraud yesterday (March 5) at the conclusion of an investigation by the Cortland County Sheriff’s Office and the Cortland County Department of Social Services
The Sheriff’s Office says 38-year-old Bethany Wahl, of Route 41 in Cincinnatus, failed to report her income to the Department of Social Services back in August 2018.
Doing so netted her more than $2,500 in benefits she wasn’t entitled to.
Wahl was charged with two felonies and issued an appearance ticket at the time of her arrest and released to appear in Cortland City Court on March 20.
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