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State representative visits convicted Akron mom
Milkovich visits Williams-Bolar, the Akron mother who was convicted of records tampering by a Summit County Common Pleas jury.
Story by ANNA STAVER


 
Defendants Kelley Williams-Bolar and Edward Williams in foreground while attorneys talk with Judge during trial.
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Kelly Williams-Bolar, the Akron woman sentenced to 10 days in jail on Monday for falsifying documents so that her children could attend Copley schools, is attracting attention from state law makers.

State Representative Zack Milkovich says he visited her in prison to get her side of the story.

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 Milkovich says he spoke with her state rep, Vernon Sykes, and the two plan to work together to help her realize “her dream of becoming a school teacher.”

However, as Judge Patricia Cosgrove noted during Williams-Bolar’s sentencing, records tampering is a felony that will be reported to the state Department of Education, which will prevent her from getting her license.

 
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