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All seven were sentenced by Judge John C. Hayes, III to 30 days incarceration, suspended to 2 years probation. Additionally, a total of $9,800 in restitution was ordered to be paid to the York County Department of Social Services. Assistant Attorney General Sam Jones prosecuted the cases. "The partnership between DSS and the Attorney General's Office continues to be a vital component of the state’s efforts to combat fraud and abuse of public assistance benefits," said Amber Gillum, DSS's Deputy Director of Economic Services. "We are proud of the work we have done to prevent and detect waste and abuse in the SNAP program, and to prosecute those who choose to commit fraud."