Woman In Arkansas Admits $262,691 Food Stamp Fraud

This food stamp stealing lowlife thought her “brilliant” scheme to steal $262,691 would never be uncovered. Now she’s begging for the judge’s forgiveness…

This is unbelievable! How did she get away with it for that long?

This very bold woman from Arkansas, Keashia Latriese Davis, went all-out in her welfare fraud. She didn’t just commit a little fib here and there.

How the heck did she manage to steal more than a quarter of a million dollars in welfare benefits?

Davis allegedly had 17 bags of stolen ID including Social Security numbers as well as a tax refund check and a check from a utility that belonged to one of her neighbors. There were also detailed records of her scam.

Davis was able to defraud the food stamp system by simply stealing the identities of individuals who were eligible for the program by logging on the Zillow real estate website and then rerouting those benefits meant for those individuals, by postal service straight to her mailbox in Little Rock, Arkansas.

She knew exactly what she was doing. Jail big time. The people who did not do their job in this matter. Need to be fired.

Apparently admitting to defrauding the government out of $262,691 between April 2015 and May 2016, rather than forcing the government the additional expense of putting on a trial, as bought her some good will and she may receive credit for pleading guilty, with perhaps a reduced sentence.

However, she still faces the potential of up to 20-years in prison, and a fine up to $250,000.

Davis was found guilty of defrauding the state of Utah, along with Louisiana out of $69,506 (where she was born), and also Texas, out of $56,185.

Judge Marshall acknowledges after Davis pleaded guilty to the charges; “There’s a long ways between zero and 20 years, it’s my decision.”

Do you think this thief deserves the maximum jail time of 20 years or should the judge go easier on her?

Alex D.

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3 thoughts on “Woman In Arkansas Admits $262,691 Food Stamp Fraud

  • April 23, 2017 at 11:07 pm
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    If she does jail taxpayers get screwed a second time. If she doesn’t do jail there r a lot of dirty jobs she could be forced to do. Definitely pay back the money and I’m sure the states could come up with other ways to make her pay. What a schluts

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  • April 23, 2017 at 11:13 pm
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    20 years should do the trick! Free room and board, meals included! After release, not eligible for any benefits, she has already received hers!

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  • April 24, 2017 at 12:48 am
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    Who’s watching the hen house? Must be the fox👎👺

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