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Food Stamp Fraud Case Heads to Court

Sue Long, the owner of Billy Goats Pub in Green Bay, will make her first court appearance today.
GREEN BAY, Wisc. (WFRV) Sue Long, the owner of Billy Goats Pub in Green Bay, will make her first court appearance today.

Charges against Long and two of her employees were filed on August 28th.

According to the criminal complaint, Sue Long, Jodie Hanback and Victoria Cannon allegedly bought numerous Quest Cards from patrons for half the value. They would then use the cards at local establishments to buy food for the bar. The food would be resold, also given free to patrons as an incentive to get them inside. 

Sue Long is facing 8 counts of food stamp fraud and 7 counts of theft.

Jodi Hanback faces 9 counts of food stamp fraud and 8 counts of theft.

Victoria Cannon faces 1 count of food stamp fraud and 1 count of theft.

Cannon spoke with Local 5's Wendy Fleury back in August. She denied any charges filed against her.

"I didn't know that it was somebody else's card or anything. I thought it was her card and I told her I'd give it back to her once I got stamps. I'm shocked right now. Wow."

Billy Goats Pub remains closed. Long surrendered the liquor license on August 16th.

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