An investigation that's been ongoing for four months has resulted in four people being indicted. It involves an alleged coupon scam at Kroger South. An employee is accused of letting customers use coupons for items that were not being bought. The investigation started in December of 2011, after the Somerset police department got a report about that possible scam, and that employee - 24-year-old Sabrina Pitman - was among those that have been indicted. She's accused of overriding the coupons to reduce the amount of the other non-coupon items that were purchased, according to the Commonwealth Journal. The other three who were indicted were customers... they're accused of giving Pitman merchandise, gift cards, and cash for her involvement in the scam. Those other three are 36-year-old Tabitha Waters, 50-year-old Paul Chumbley, and 43-year-old Anita Chumbley.