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By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Woman must pay money back


A woman who pleaded guilty to welfare fraud was ordered to pay the money back as part of her probation conditions.

Natasha York, of Green River, also known as Natasha Ann Crooks, appeared in the Third District Court of Judge Richard Lavery at a sentencing hearing to public welfare benefits fraud.

In exchange for York’s guilty plea to public welfare benefits fraud, York was placed on five years supervised probation. Under the plea agreement and Wyoming Statute 7-13-301, York’s charge will be dismissed if she successfully completes her probation. This statute is designed for first-time of...

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