A woman involved in a day care fraud scheme that cost taxpayers thousands of dollars receives probation and a very stern lecture from the judge.
In April, Williams pleaded guilty to theft and forgery.
Allen County Common Pleas Judge Jeffrey Reed sentenced the 28-year-old to three years probation.
She must also pay a fine of 1000 dollars and owes restitution to Allen County Job and Family Services in the amount of 999 dollars.
Williams was one of five women in the daycare fraud scheme charged with forging records and getting people to lie about watching children.
Williams apologized in court, saying she didn't really know she was stealing taxpayer money.
Judge Reed says serving the sentence perfectly is the only way to find out if Williams has learned from her mistake.