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Orange County Man Agrees to Plead Guilty to Federal Charges for Obtaining More Than $5 Million in COVID Loans for Sham Companies

An Orange County man has agreed to plead guilty to federal criminal charges that he fraudulently obtained more than $5 million in COVID-relief loans for three sham companies.
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Former insurance agent arrested for defrauding customers, COVID fraud

CINCINNATI – A former insurance agent was arrested this morning on federal charges alleging he defrauded dozens of victims in the Cincinnati and Dayton area and fraudulently obtained two COVID Paycheck Protection Program loans.
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Former CEO Indicted for Misleading Investors about COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits

An indictment was returned today by a federal grand jury in New Jersey, charging the former chief executive officer of a publicly-traded health care company (referred to in the indictment as Company-1) with two counts of securities fraud for his alleged participation in a scheme to mislead investors about Company-1’s procurement of COVID-19 rapid test kits in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Bartonsville Man Sentenced For Pandemic Loan Fraud

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Highlands Ranch Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Using COVID Relief Funds for Plastic Surgery, Weight Loss and Jewelry

DENVER – The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado announces that Daniel Stonebarger, age 50, of Highlands Ranch, was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for fraudulently obtaining funds intended to help small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Luzerne County Woman Charged With Covid-19 Related Fraud

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Postal Service Mail Carrier Arrested on Federal Complaint Alleging Scheme to Fraudulently Obtain Nearly $800,000 in Jobless Benefits

Federal authorities this morning arrested a United States Postal Service (USPS) mail carrier and a Santa Clarita Valley man for allegedly scheming to steal approximately $800,000 in unemployment insurance (UI) funds by using false claims of COVID-related job losses and stealing UI debit cards from the U.S. mail.
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Two Defendants Charged with Prison-Based Unemployment Insurance Fraud

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California Couple Charged with Defrauding Paycheck Protection Program