Twenty Arrested For Alleged Food Stamp Fraud

(Undated)  --  Twenty people are facing charges after a food stamp fraud investigation by Rhode Island State Police.  The arrested individuals, including nine people from Providence and three from Warwick, are accused of obtaining about 14-thousand dollars in food stamps and other public assistance benefits, according to a statement from police on Friday.  Anyone convicted of the crime of fraudulently obtaining public assistance could be sentenced up to five years in prison.


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