Williams County woman accused of facilitating scams

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Williams County Prosecuting Attorney Katherine J. Zartman announced the indictment of a Williams County woman accused of facilitating scams by receiving stolen tax refunds, forging checks, and laundering money. 40 year old Tammi S. Buchs of Bryan, was indicted by a Williams County grand jury on 25 counts, including money laundering, receiving stolen property, identity fraud, telecommunications fraud, possessing criminal tools, forgery, engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, and conspiracy to commit engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity. The case is being prosecuted jointly by the Williams County Prosecutor’s Office and an attorney from the Ohio Attorney General’s Economic Crimes Unit. The case was investigated by Attorney General DeWine’s Economic Crimes Unit and Bureau of Criminal Investigation along with the Bryan Police Department.

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