All Clear: Charges dismissed against postal worker accused in workman's comp scam

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Federal charges have been dismissed against a U.S. Postal worker accused in a workman's compensation scam.

The 13 count indictment against Marlise Taylor was dropped due to a lack of evidence on Monday

Taylor was indicted last August along with two other postal workers - Tonia Anderson and Norman Motko, Junior.

Anderson was found guilty in a jury trial and will be sentenced August 10th. Motko pleaded guilty and is awaiting a sentencing date.

Anderson and Motko lied about injuries or medical conditions to cash in.

Motko, Junior illegally collecting more than $116,000 dollars while Anderson hauled in nearly $15,000 dollars.

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