Bridgeport woman gets jail in unemployment fraud



A Bridgeport woman has been sentenced to two and one-half years in jail for cheating the unemployment compensation system and then fabricating documents in a bid to win more favorable treatment when the case went to court. Christie M. Gray, 41, of Rainbow Road in Bridgeport, pleaded guilty Thursday in New Britain Superior Court to one count of third-degree larceny and count of second-degree forgery. Superior Court Judge Joan K. Alexander sentenced Gray to two and one-half in prison, followed by two and one-half of parole. The judge also ordered that Gray not be employed in a position involving the finances of a person or organization.
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