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By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Woman must pay the money back


A Green River woman who pleaded guilty to welfare fraud of about $23,000 will need to pay the money back during her supervised probation.

Maria Magana appeared in the Third District Court of Judge Nena James at a change of plea and sentencing hearing to a felony charge of public welfare benefits fraud.

In exchange for Magana’s guilty plea to the felony charge, she will be placed on two-years supervised probation. If Magana completes all of her probation terms and conditions, then the charge will be dismissed under Wyoming Statute 7-13-301. This statute is for first-time offenders and can...

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