An Oneida City School District is facing workers’ compensation fraud charges after she accepted more than $6,000 in benefits for a work-related injury while she continued to work two other jobs.
According to the New York State Inspector General, 27-year-old Shana Klouda of Liverpool told medical providers that she was not working in any capacity.
Meanwhile, she was allegedly working as a childcare provider in the Syracuse area and as a U-Haul clerk.
State Police arrested Klouda, who was charged with the following felonies:
– 2 counts of first-degree falsifying business records
– Third-degree grand larceny
– First-degree perjury
– Third-degree insurance fraud
– Workers compensation crime of fraudulent practices
Klouda was arraigned in Town of Clay Court and released pending further court action.