Pennsylvania Man Indicted On Theft Of Dead Mother’s Benefits


Acting U.S. Attorney Soo C. Song announced Wednesday a Sharpsburg man has been charged in connection with theft of government money.

Fifty-six-year-old Kevin Roehlig allegedly utilized his mother’s, Carolyn Roehlig, Social Security Title II benefits for his personal use between November 2003 and August 2016. Carolyn Roehlig died in and around October 2013, according to the one-count indictment.


Roehlig allegedly stole $124,514 and utilized it as his own. He faces a maximum 10-year imprisonment and/or $250,000 fine.

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