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woman pleads guilty to wire fraud in aftermath of BP oil spill


Today’s CrimeDiva, Keishandra Houston, 36, of Slidell, was convicted of one count of wire fraud that was related to the Deepwater Horizon disaster back in 2010.

Ms. Houston, apparently submitted false documents to a disaster assistance organization claiming that she lost $8,640 from lost of her employment due to the disaster.  The organization paid her $5,900.  This was, of course, federal relief money which made it a federal crime.  She could face up to 20 years for this felony. I hope not for that small amount of money. But the point that I’m trying to show here is even these small seemingly petty crimes can carry a prison sentence and some for a very long time.

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