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New charges added against Cincinnati council member accused of hiding fugitive

Yumorria Laketa Cole (Source: Hamilton County Justice Center)

Prosecutors say Laketa Cole stole thousands from the Department of Job and Family Services.

By Brian Planalp

CINCINNATI (FOX19/ENQUIRER) – A former Cincinnati City Council member and the fugitive she is accused of having hidden from police last year are both now charged with welfare fraud.

A Hamilton County grand jury issued indictments against Yumorria Laketa Cole and William Cromwell on Wednesday. They are charged with three counts each of theft and two counts each of tampering with records.

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