Alamance County, North Carolina (WGHP) — An investigation resulted in a woman being charged with felony fraud, according to the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office.
On April 16, ACSO detectives were contacted by the Department of Social Services about possible fraud in Alamance County.
According to ACSO, DSS found reason to believe that Shontryail Tinikal Russell, 39, of Burlington, was receiving food stamp benefits from the state of North Carolina that she was not entitled to.
ACSO investigators found that Russell had received benefits totaling more than $15,500 and that his daughter was living with her biological father, when in fact she was living with her biological father. He said he discovered that he had made fraudulent claims.
Russell was subsequently arrested and is currently charged with:
- felony food stamp scam
- felony of acquiring property by fraud
Russell was taken into custody at the Alamance County Jail and given a bond of $10,000.
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