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Cincinnati Woman Stole Workers’ Comp Benefits From Disabled Mother To Fuel Drug Habit

 Wednesday, November 16, 2016

A Cincinnati woman who stole her disabled mother’s workers’ compensation benefits to support her drug habit must pay $26,170 in restitution to her mother and the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC), a Hamilton County Common Pleas judge ruled Sept. 21. Shawna R. Jessee, 48, also must serve 180 days in the Hamilton County Justice Center’s extended drug treatment program for women, minus 72 days credit for time already served. She must serve five years probation, submit to random drug screenings and serve 18 months in prison if she fails a drug screening or terms of her probation.
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