Corbin woman indicted for Food Stamp fraud

A Corbin woman was indicted Friday for fraudulently collecting thousands of dollars in Food Stamp benefits over the span of a year.

Beatriz Campos, 30, of Corbin was indicted on one county of program assistance fraud. According to her indictment, Campos “knowingly and unlawfully” failed to report changes in factors affecting her eligibility to collect SNAP benefits totaling $6,969 to which she was not entitled. 

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Also indicted Friday were two Colorado fugitives arrested in late April.

Matthew Marlow, 30, and Megan Biggers, 21, both of Colorado Springs, were indicted on one count of receiving stolen property. Marlow also is charged with fleeing or evading police, and persistent felony offender.