School Superintendent Faces Fraud Charges for Allegedly Using Own Insurance to Help Ill Student


School Superintendent Faces Fraud Charges for Allegedly Using Own Insurance to Help Ill Student
by Joel Shannon, USA TODAY

An Indiana school superintendent who allegedly used her own insurance to help a sick student faces multiple charges including insurance fraud.

Casey Smitherman — superintendent of Elwood Community Schools in Elwood, Indiana — was booked on charges of insurance fraud, identity deception and official misconduct on Wednesday and later released on bail, according to court records.

Smitherman says the charges come after she recently went to the home of a student who had missed school and saw he had symptoms of strep throat. ….more

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