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Seneca Falls woman faces felony charges after welfare fraud investigation

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce says a Seneca Falls woman has been charged following a welfare fraud investigation.

Stacy M. Wilson, 47, of Seneca Falls was charged with first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, fourth-degree welfare fraud, and misuse of food stamps, according to the Sheriff’s Office.



Two of the charges are Class E felonies.

Wilson allegedly failed to disclose household income when applying for public benefits with Seneca County.

She was released on appearance tickets and will answer the charges in Waterloo Village Court.

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