An Akron woman was sentenced to 10 days in the Summit County Jail, placed on three years of probation and ordered to perform community service after being convicted of falsifying residency records so that her two children could attend Copley-Fairlawn schools.
Summit Common Pleas Judge Patricia Cosgrove, who handed down the sentence Tuesday afternoon in a packed courtroom, ordered Kelley Williams-Bolar, 40, to begin serving the sentence immediately.
Williams-Bolar, who was standing before the bench with her lawyer, sagged into the arms of sheriff's deputies as she was led away, sobbing loudly, to begin her jail time.
After seven hours of deliberations, a jury convicted her late Saturday of two counts of tampering with records. To read the complete story (source)
What do you think? Apparently Fraud is also a matter in this case...But did she really have to be punish for wanting a better education for her children? America is such a catch 22!