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Waterloo man faces felony welfare fraud charge

Members of the Seneca County Sheriff’s Department arrested a 51-year-old Waterloo man following a welfare fraud investigation.

Investigators say Thomas A. Dingman, 51, of Waterloo failed to disclose household income while receiving public benefits from Seneca County.

Subsequent to the investigation, Dingman was charged with fourth-degree welfare fraud – a Class E felony.

He was also charged with misuse of food stamps.

The charges will be answered in Waterloo Village Court at a later date.

 

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