The former West Carrollton postal worker too injured to work but allegedly seen vacationing and riding amusement park rides reached a plea deal Monday with federal prosecutors.
Laticha Schroyer’s trial on counts of theft and false statements related to federal workers’ compensation benefits was to begin Tuesday in Dayton’s U.S. District Court.
Instead, Schroyer, 43, pleaded guilty Monday by bill of information to one count of misdemeanor false statements related to federal workers’ compensation, which ended a case her defense attorney said was “absolutely” overcharged.
The statement of facts read into the record stated that Schroyer — who worked as a postal employee from late 2003 until August 2015 — was not truthful in a July 22, 2015 interview with a special agent from the U.S. Postal Service’s Office of the Inspector General. Dayton Daily News