KLAMATH FALLS, OR (KPTV) – A Klamath Falls man is facing federal charges for cashing more than 40 years’ worth of his dead relative’s Social Security checks, perpetrating one of the largest deceased beneficiary frauds in Social Security Administration history, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Oregon. George Doumar, 76, has been charged by complaint with theft of public funds and mail theft for allegedly cashing more than $458,000 worth of social security checks issued in the name of his deceased aunt.
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