Warren woman sentenced to probation for role in ETI fraud scheme
A Warren woman has learned her fate after getting involved in a fraud scheme involving ETI Technical College.
Twenty-seven-year-old Khymoni Honzu was sentenced to three years of probation on charges of forgery and attempted counterfeiting. She also must pay $942 in restitution and write a letter of apology to the victims.
The charges stem from an incident in February of 2023 when Honzu along with six other suspects defrauded the school for about $36,000 total.
Other suspects include Eric Pyatt, Darreion Owens, Asher Lewis, Montria Adair, Kendrick Tipton and Keyondre Smith. Cases for these suspects are in various stages.
Pyatt's case is ongoing, with a capias warrant issued for is arrest, Adair and Smith have both pled guilty to their roles in the crime, Tipton is due back in court for a pretrial on January 17 and both Owens and Lewis have yet to be caught.