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TRAFFIC ALERT: Robert Redford movie to be filmed in downtown Dayton

Former Tipp City woman ordered to repay $14K in Medicaid fraud case


TROY - A former Tipp City woman convicted of Medicaid fraud was sentenced Monday, Nov. 28, to two years of community control and $14,106 restitution.

Tara Karkiewicz, 33, of Sedalia, Mo., pleaded guilty to felony theft In October in Miami County Common Pleas Court. She was accused of theft from the county Job and Family Services Department between August 2014 and September 2015.

Judge Jeannine Pratt said Karkiewicz qualified for mandatory community control. She was ordered to get a full time job and complete 50 hours of community service. NANCY BOWMAN, CONTRIBUTING WRITER


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