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Baltimore tutoring firm owner indicted for false billing

BALTIMORE — The State Prosecutor’s office says the owner of a tutoring company billed the Baltimore school system for tutoring services that were not provided.

State Prosecutor Robert Rohrbaugh says 40-year-old Tracy Queen, the owner of Queen’s Mobile Education, has been arrested by state police and indicted by a Baltimore County grand jury.

Rohrbaugh says the city school system paid more than $100,000 for tutoring that Queen did not provide. The prosecutor says Queen faces up to 25 years in prison and a $25,000 fine on theft charges and up to 10 years and a $10,000 fine for additional false invoices that the school system did not pay.