Charge dismissed against senior accused of inflating mileage
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
A felony charge against a former Senior Connections Inc. employee accused of inflating her mileage reports was dismissed Monday in Douglas County Circuit Court.
Evelyn R. Parker, 81, was charged with one felony count of fraudulent writings in April.
She was accused of reporting more miles than she actually drove while delivering senior meals from the Summit Town Hall meal preparation site.
Monday, Assistant District Attorney Mark Fruehauf moved to dismiss the charge.
He told the court that Parker had prepaid $5,570.88 in restitution, which the court ordered disbursed to Senior Connections.