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Ellensburg man accused of fraud in Alaska

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JUNEAU, Alaska -- A Washington man has been indicted for allegedly applying and receiving a Permanent Fund Dividend knowing he wasn't eligible.
The Juneau Empire reported that 71-year-old William Ristow, of Ellensburg, is accused of submitting a fraudulent PFD application in 2009. He received a PFD check in the amount of $1,305, which authorities say was directly deposited into a bank account.
Juneau Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg has issued a warrant for Ristow's arrest.
Story tags » Fraud

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