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  • 8-year sentence for jewelry thefts
    For six months she stole from the jewelry store where she worked, doctored receipts to make sure items she took looked as if they had been sold, and went to a pawn shop where she made quick cash.
  • Local diocese to appeal discrimination ruling
    The local Roman Catholic diocese will appeal a recent court ruling in a sex discrimination lawsuit. Last week, U.S. District Judge Robert L. Miller Jr.
  • Local diocese to appealdiscrimination ruling
    The local Roman Catholic diocese will appeal a recent court ruling in a sex discrimination lawsuit.Last week, U.S. District Judge Robert L. Miller Jr.
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2nd Rome City man sentenced in unemployment-insurance fraud

A second Rome City man has pleaded guilty to unemployment insurance fraud, collecting benefits while working full-time, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development said today.

David Detweiler, 41, has pleaded guilty in Noble Circuit

court, the department said in a statement.

Nicholas S. Spencer, 33, of Rome City entered a similar plea there last month, the department has said.

Detweiler was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to repay $12,378 for the benefits he fraudulently collected, the statement said. The department has said Spencer was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to repay the nearly $13,000 in benefits he fraudulently collected.

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