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Shopkeeper pleads guilty to food stamp fraud and theft

A Pennsylvania convenience store owner has admitted to defrauding the federal food stamp program of $85,000. Forty-one-year-old Atif Imran, of Homestead, pleaded guilty to fraud and theft charges in federal … Click to Continue »
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