D.C. Firefighter To Spend Week In Jail For CPR Fraud
WASHINGTON (AP) — A former District of Columbia firefighter has been sentenced to seven days in jail for a scam involving CPR training.
Natalie Overton-Williams, 41, of Capitol Heights, Md., was sentenced Tuesday in Superior Court. Under a plea agreement she has agreed to resign from the department and pay the department the $3,610 she stole.
Overton-Williams worked at the department’s training academy in 2008 and was responsible for the department’s CPR training program, which offered training to residents and organizations for a fee.
Overton-Williams acknowledged taking six payments for herself.
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