Griffin, 9105 South Chante Court, Westwego, $8,065
for the week in
to any potential criminal penalties. State income tax refunds are garnished until the overpayment is repaid, and the LWC also is working with the IRS to institute a system that targets federal income tax refunds.
Trioant Nelson, 501 Salvadore Road, Kenner, $8,828
which they were earned, even if payment has not been received.
Claimants who have committed fraud by theft of unemployment benefits may contact the LWC Overpayment Department (1 866 783 5567) to establish a repayment plan. Once a plan is established, payments must be made on time.
Arrianne L. Anderson, 1404 Tourn St., New Orleans, $19,143
New Orleans Area Unemployment Insurance Fraud Crackdown Tally Rises to 24 Arrests
years in prison with or without hard labor and a maximum fine of $3,000, and insurance fraud, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison with or without hard labor and/or a maximum fine $5,000. In both
The primary method of fraud occurs when people claim unemployment benefits while working but not reporting their earnings. Those arrested have been booked with felony theft over $1,500, which carries a maximum penalty of 10
The total amount alleged to have been defrauded from the state's unemployment insurance trust fund by those arrested as part of "Operation Spring Cleaning" stands at $237,268, according to the LWC. Additional arrests are pending.
Twenty four people have been arrested so far in the New Orleans area since the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) and Attorney General's (AG's) Office began a crackdown on unemployment insurance fraud in April.
Grayland A. Mitchell, 730 Dupre St., New Orleans, $7,406
Area Unemployment Insurance Fraud Crackdown Tally Rises to 24 Arrests
Kaneshia D. Martin, 5517 St. Roch Ave., New Orleans, $11,220
Sharon S. Rhodes, 2919 Euterpe St. S., New Orleans, $7,949
cases, restitution will have to be paid.
The arrests are part of the LWC's efforts to collect unemployment overpayments. Once an overpayment is detected, the LWC contacts the recipient to arrange restitution. Overpayments made as a Nike Shoes Orange And Grey
Chelbi Brickley, 8200 Palmetto St., Apt. 232, New Orleans, $9,223
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Jonathan Pursell, 3700 Haring Road, Metairie, $6,180
Angela M. Nunnery, 2137 Pasadena Ave., Apt D, Metairie, $6,773
Unemployment insurance claimants are responsible for the accuracy of all of their answers when filing a claim. Each week while someone is receiving benefits, they must attest that they did not work during the previous week,
Keith Petit, 3118 Marais St. S., New Orleans, $12,716
Dionnandrea Davis, 901 Gretna Nike Sneaker Blvd. Apt. B1 13, Gretna, $8,475
result of fraud also result in a denial of unemployment benefits for one year in addition
The most recent arrests, along with the total amount of fraudulent unemployment benefits received:
Ayanna M. Williams, 3124 Lemon St. Apt. C, Metairie, $6,499
"These are serious crimes. Unemployment benefits are paid for by businesses, and claiming benefits that are not legitimate is stealing, pure and simple," said Curt Eysink, LWC Executive Director.
Selita Harris, 6540 Harbourview Drive, New Orleans, $11,270
The crackdown began in the greater New Orleans area but is a statewide initiative.
Allen F. Green, 1310 Spain St., New Orleans, $5,843
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