HUDSON FALLS — A Hudson Falls woman has been arrested after police said she provided false information on a welfare application.
Emily E. Bailey, 25, was charged with felony counts of fourth-degree grand larceny and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing.
The arrest followed a joint investigation conducted by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and Washington County Department of Social Services. The investigation determined that Bailey had received $1,391.87 in temporary assistance benefits to which she was not entitled, according to a news release.
Bailey was issued an appearance ticket and is due in Fort Edward Town Court at a later date.