Pair plead guilty to using inmate’s info to commit unemployment fraud

A Moreno Valley man and woman who conspired with a Riverside County jail inmate to steal $18,000 in unemployment insurance benefits by filing a series of fraudulent claims pleaded guilty Friday, Oct. 15, to conspiracy to commit fraud and were immediately sentenced to terms of probation.Blake Thomas Fallon, 52, admitted the conspiracy count, as well as perjury and filing false earnings statements for purposes of theft, while his girlfriend, 45-year-old Jennifer Rose Kaye, admitted only the conspiracy charge.They made the admissions at the outset of a preliminary hearing before Superior Court Judge O.G. Magno. It was not immediately clear whether the pleas were part of an agreement with prosecutors or were proffered and accepted by the judge alone.Kaye was sentenced to one year o
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