Ross man sentenced for cashing mother's Social Security checks for 39 years after her death
A Ross man who cashed his mother's Social Security checks for 39 years after her death will spend 18 months in prison, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
Chauncey Clinton, 65, pleaded guilty in September to the theft of government property for wrongfully receiving $304,853 in benefits.
U.S. District Judge Mark Hornak also sentenced him to two years of probation and ordered him to pay restitution to the Social Security Administration.
Show commenting policy
TribLive commenting policy
- Travelers love to hate cheap airlines
- 2 Fed members push case for rate hike in ’15
- Pirates say goodbye to veteran leaders Burnett, Ramirez
- BVA takes advantage of Ringgold mistakes
- Steelers notebook: Starting DEs not leaving the field
- Connellsville job fair continues to grow
- NFL notebook: Cardinals to stay in W.Va. ahead of Steelers game
- Rock Steelers Style, other fashion events team up for a good cause
- Baldwin students take in film on Nobel Peace Prize winner’s activism for girls, education
- Feds aim to bring Chinese military leaders to Pittsburgh for trial
- Safety of credit cards up to banks