Thirty-two Savannah residents in the Georgia Woman, Infant
and Children Program have pled guilty to their roles in selling WIC vouchers
and the vouchers of their children for cash.
An investigation found from July 2011 through December 2012,
Super Kids Variety redeemed $2.6 million in WIC vouchers, and the four WIC eligible
Walmarts in the Savannah area redeemed only $1.4 million.
Sentences for those who pled guilty range from house arrest
to prison time.