The Ohio BWC began to investigate Knapper after the identified that she was receiving comp and collecting wages from three different nursing companies.
Ohio BWC issued a warrant for Knapper’s arrest on June 20, 2013 after she failed to show up for her arraignment. The Special Investigations Department looking for Knapper and tracking her came upon a Facebook post where she tagged herself shopping at a Walmart in Birmingham, Alabama. The BWC contacted local law enforcements who went in and arrested her.
Courts ordered Knapper to pay $8,252.23 in restitution and three years of community control with basic supervision. If she violates and terms of her probation she will be sentenced to six months in jail.