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Schenectady men indicted in alleged food stamp trading scheme

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A father and son arrested over the summer accused of essentially trading cash for food stamp benefits at a State Street business have now been indicted. The father and son face a total 14-count indictment, accused of perpetrating the alleged scheme at the father's business, Cheese Bakery and Grocery, 1007 State St. Son Elvin Singh, 27, appeared in court this morning and pleaded not guilty to the counts against him. Schenectady County Court Judge Karen ...


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irishlad1234
January 14, 2014
12:08 p.m.

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This is just the tip of the iceberg, there is so much fraud with food stamps that something has to change. What ever happened to the staples, cheese, beans, bread, fruit? Lets bring this back, and get rid of the debit cards!

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