Woman gets 4-6 for workers’ comp fraud

 Friday, August 2, 2013

 Wyoming Business Report

Delaine Davis of Pinedale has been convicted of workers’ compensation fraud and was ordered by Judge Marvin L. Tyler to pay $11,072 in restitution to the State of Wyoming. Davis will serve 4-6 years in the Wyoming Women’s Center for fraud, among other charges. Davis had improperly filed $11,072 in workers’ compensation claims while gainfully employed with a business in Pinedale. Davis’s case originated as a tip to the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS) from the Sublette County Sherriff’s office. DWS works with Wyoming district or county attorneys to prosecute pending cases. The case was brought as part of the partnership between the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) within DWS and Sublette County Deputy Attorney Clayton Kainer.
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