SUPERIOR, WI (WTAQ) - A felony charge has been dropped against an 81-year-old woman accused of inflating her mileage reports to get reimbursed more to deliver meals to fellow seniors.
Douglas County prosecutor Mark Fruehauf told a judge that Evelyn Parker had paid over 55-hundred dollars in restitution.
A judge ordered the money to be given to the program she stole from, Senior Connections Incorporated.
Parker was charged in April with theft-by-fraud. She was accused of claiming more miles than she drove in her personal vehicle, to deliver meals for seniors made at the Summit Town Hall.