(CINCINNATI) -- The Hamilton County prosecutor's office and the state auditor's office has announced the indicted of two people accused of trying to defraud the WEB DuBois Academy.
Willard Wilson and Andrea Peterson were each indicted on one count of theft by deception and two counts of forgery. Investigators say evidence obtained by the state auditor's office revealed that in 2003, the pair participated in a scheme to defraud the school out of $15,000.
The defendents are alleged to have falsified invoices to reimburse Peterson for clerical work never performed.
In convicted, the two face up to 42 months in jail.
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