MANKATO, Minn--46-year-old Yahya Ibrahim is accused of reporting to human services that he was not employed at Hayford Auto Repair, but was helping the owner between May 2015 and May of this year.

An investigation found that Ibrahim and his partner had allegedly concealed Ibrahim's employment status and income. He's accused of fraudulently receiving  $24,994.

Ibrahim is charged with two felony counts of wrongfully obtaining assistance and one felony count of falsifying the deceleration requirement for food support.

--KEYC News 12