A 41-year-old Jamaica Plain woman was arraigned Monday on allegations she tried to swindle the One Fund by falsely claiming to be a victim of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Joanna Leigh was arraigned on five counts of larceny by false pretense and one count of making a false claim to a government agency.
She stands accused of receiving about $40,000 in cash and services from the One Fund and other services by falsely claiming to have been hurt in the 2013 bombings.
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Leigh was released on her own recognizance but was ordered to surrender to her passport, submit to Boston Police booking procedure and not travel outside of New England or New York without first notifying the court. She is due back in court on May 7.