A $2.8 million fraud by Florida welfare recipients was busted in a two-year sting by authorities that is expected to bring more than 60 arrests, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said on Tuesday.
"We aren't going to bark a lot, but we are going to bite and bite hard," Sheriff Ric Bradshaw told local television station WPTV.
"I'm going to bite them in the butt as far as I can and take everything that we got from them to teach them a lesson that this is not going to be tolerated."
Sixty-one arrest warrants were issued on Monday, with 21 people arrested so far and facing federal charges, Bradshaw said.
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