INDIANA (WABC) -- A superintendent in Indiana returned to school after she was arrested for helping a sick student. She now faces three charges, including insurance fraud.
Casey Smitherman says she checked on a student at home after the child missed school.
He reportedly showed signs of strep throat, so she took him to a clinic where he was refused treatment.
Smitherman took the student to another clinic, where she admits she lied and said he was her son so he could be treated.
"I'm not saying it was right, I'm really sorry," she said. "I just was scared for him. I would love to go back to that moment and redo it."
Smitherman says the school board has been very supportive through all of this.
She made a deal with the DA's office. If she has no more arrests for a year, the charges will be dropped.
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Indiana superintendent accused of lying about insurance to get care for sick student