Former Ohio State Student Employee Charged With Clocking In From Home, Collecting Pay

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A former Ohio State University student employee, who was a former student, is being accused of collecting money for work he never completed.

Ahmed Hamdy Mohamed, 21, of Hilliard allegedly devised a way to clock in from home using the Ohio State wireless server to falsify his timesheets.

He’s accused of collecting $1,617.83 for work he never did while employed at Thompson Library.

Mohamed is charged with theft and telecommunications fraud, according to court documents.

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