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Suspect in Social Security fraud case found not guilty by mental defect

7:46 PM, Dec. 30, 2013
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One of three individuals accused of cashing the Social Security checks of a dead relative was found not guilty by reason of mental defect Monday.

Charles Jost, 67, of Amherst will undergo an evaluation by the state health department after Portage County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Flugaur ruled that Jost was unable to understand, to a reasonable degree, that his actions violated the law.

Jost, along with Ronald Disher, 72, of Almond and Dolores Disher, 70, of Almond, were accused of cashing Social Security checks belonging to the mother of Charles and Dolores, Marie Jost. Authorities have ...

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