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Update: Almond man accepts theft charge after Social Security fraud trial ended with hung jury

6:29 PM, Feb. 10, 2014
Ronald Disher, 72, of Almond walks into court Monday before a plea hearing in a Social Security fraud case.
Ronald Disher, 72, of Almond walks into court Monday before a plea hearing in a Social Security fraud case.
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An Almond man accused of helping fraudulently cash his mother-in-law's Social Security checks pleaded no contest Monday after a mistrial two weeks ago.

Ronald Disher, 72, will be sentenced on April 15 on one count of felony theft as party to the crime for his role in helping drive his wife, Dolores, 70, of Almond, and his brother-in-law, Charles Jost, 67, of Amherst, to cash the Social Security checks of Ronald Disher's mother-in-law, Marie Jost, who has been missing for years. Although Marie Jost's body never has been found, authorities believe she is dead because she hasn't used federal ...

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