Alameda Pair Admits to $180,000 Fraud

A married Alameda couple has taken a plea deal after receiving fraudulent food stamps and subsidized child care payments for nine years, the Oakland Tribune reports.

An Alameda couple has admitted to defrauding the state and Alameda County over a period of nine years, according to an article in this morning's Oakland Tribune.

Khadijah and Malik Ali received more than $180,000 in food stamps and subsidized child care payments by concealing their marriage, place of residence and Malik's job with the Alameda County Sheriff's Office, the article says.

The Tribune reports that the couple has accepted a plea deal. 

You may read the complete article on insidebayarea.com.

Dan Druff September 04, 2012 at 05:28 PM
@Hugo "Deported"? To where? I didn't see anything in the article saying that they were illegal immigrants or even stating that they were not US citizens! Perhaps I missed that? I'll have to read it again!
j'adoube September 04, 2012 at 06:56 PM
sheriff's office?
joel September 04, 2012 at 08:06 PM
One has to lqaugh when they read one of the 2 was employed by the sheriff ..... as ar as stealing they did what the banks , insurance co and credits cards have done for years and stilldoing it in total impunity.
First Admendment September 05, 2012 at 02:02 AM
OKAY, They concocked a plan steal, conceal....only pay back partly......schools broke and they still have $60000 feathers in their nest and he still works for Alameda Sheriff ,,,,,,1st degree theft.... Throw the bums in jail, do not pass go!
island bound September 05, 2012 at 07:32 PM
and where would you deport them to? they are both citizens. Be careful here as names do not necessarily signify someone is an alien.


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