A Greene County woman was sentenced this week to 180 days in jail after allegations of voter fraud.
Virginia A. McMillan, 56, of Beavercreek pleaded guilty to misdemeanor falsification, according to a release from Major Eric Spicer.
The release also stated in December of 2012, the director of the Greene County Board of Elections reported a suspected case of illegal voting. Spicer said an investigation by the Sheriff’s Office led to the arrest of McMillan.
A judge suspended 160 days of McMillans sentence, according to the release. She was also issued $250 fine and must complete 88 hours of community service.