A 33-year-old Hamilton woman who faked having cancer has been sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to defrauding a provincial program. Sarah Lucas pleaded guilty Wednesday to fraud over $5,000, identity theft and uttering a forged document.
Fake claims for cancer treatments
Hamilton police charged Lucas in November 2015 after investigating discrepancies in claims filed to the Ontario Disability Support Program. Police said Lucas submitted claims for cancer treatments, as well as for residency in a hotel while she was supposed to be receiving medical attention.
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