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Department of Justice

Shreveport Businesswoman Pleads Guilty in CARES Act Fraud Scheme

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Three Men Arrested in Unemployment Insurance Fraud Conspiracy

Department of Justice

St. Peters woman accused of $200,000 pandemic loan fraud

Department of Justice

Wilmington Woman Sentenced to 31 Months in Federal Prison in CARES Act Fraud Case

Department of Justice

Niagara Falls Man Pleads Guilty To COVID-19 Fraud

Department of Justice

Naples Felon Pleads Guilty To $2.6 Million COVID Relief Fraud Scheme

Fort Myers, Florida – United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announces that Daniel Joseph Tisone (35, Naples) has pleaded guilty to wire fraud, bank fraud, illegal monetary transaction, and possession of ammunition by a convicted felon. Tisone faces a maximum penalty of 30 years in federal prison for each wire fraud and bank fraud count, up to 10 years’ imprisonment on the illegal monetary transaction count, and up to 10 years in federal prison on the possession of ammunition charge.
Department of Justice

U.S. Secret Service Returns $286M in Fraudulently Obtained Funds to the Small Business Administration

DENVER – Today, the U.S. Secret Service returned approximately $286 million in fraudulently obtained Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) to the Small Business Administration (SBA). These recovered funds were generated by fraudulently submitted EIDL loan applications using fabricated or stolen employment and personal information.
Department of Justice

Former State Employee Pleads Guilty in Unemployment Insurance Fraud Case