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2nd Rome City man sentenced in unemployment-insurance fraud

A second Rome City man has pleaded guilty to unemployment insurance fraud, collecting benefits while working full-time, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development said today.

David Detweiler, 41, has pleaded guilty in Noble Circuit

court, the department said in a statement.

Nicholas S. Spencer, 33, of Rome City entered a similar plea there last month, the department has said.

Detweiler was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to repay $12,378 for the benefits he fraudulently collected, the statement said. The department has said Spencer was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to repay the nearly $13,000 in benefits he fraudulently collected.

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