A Boston woman has pleaded not guilty to fraudulently receiving thousands of dollars by claiming she was injured in the Boston Marathon bombing.
A woman charged with defrauding the One Fund said she hasn’t done anything wrong and claims she’s the target of a “witch hunt.”
The One Fund released a statement Friday thanking police after a Jamaica Plain woman was indicated for fraudulently claiming to be a Boston Marathon bombing victim.
A Jamaica Plain woman who claimed to be a Boston Marathon bombing victim has been indicted for fraud.
One Fund organizers announced on Tuesday that they are distributing more than $18 million to victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Branden Mattier and Domunique Grice submitted a fake claim to the One Fund using the name of an aunt who has been dead for 10 years.
A jury has found two brothers guilty on charges that they attempted to defraud One Fund Boston of $2 million.
Cash gifts will be distributed to survivors and funding will be set up to provide care for “invisible wounds” such as post-traumatic stress disorder.
Two brothers are charged with making a fake $2 million claim to the Boston marathon victims’ fund using the name of an aunt who has been dead for a decade.
A Troy, New York woman has been sentenced to 2½ to 3 years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing $480,000 from the One Fund.