A woman from Gardiner is headed to prison after admitting to fraudulently receiving nearly $240,000 in tax refunds, using other people’s identities.43-year-old Joann Rittall pleaded guilty last week to making false claims against the government and identity theft. In 2005, she got Social Security numbers from people she helped file for money through the state’s Property Tax and Rent Refund Program, known as the Circuit Breaker program. Then starting in 2009, Rittall filed false W-2 forms under the identities of at least 25 people. As part of a plea agreement, Rittall’s been ordered to pay the money back.She faces up to 15 years in prison. Her sentencing date has not been set yet.