Investigators with the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) ran the workers’ names by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and found records indicating they were employed while concurrently receiving temporary total disability benefits from BWC.
A judge ordered Dasse to pay $5,472 in restitution to BWC by July 25 or face 180 days in jail.
The judge also sentenced Beasley to three years of community control after suspending a 180-day jail sentence.
BWC’s Special Investigations Department discovered Dasse, a security guard when he was injured in 2013, was working two jobs while receiving BWC benefits. They found Beasley working as cleaner for a Cleveland-area company while receiving benefits.
To report suspected workers’ compensation fraud, call 1-800-644-6292 or visit bwc.ohio.gov.