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Department of Justice

Husband and Wife Plead Guilty to $5 Million Unemployment Fraud Scheme

SAN DIEGO –Eduard Buse and Florentina Sima pleaded guilty in federal court today to fraud and money laundering charges, admitting they participated in a scheme to steal more than $5 million in California unemployment benefits intended to help workers affected by the pandemic.
Department of Justice

Fayette County Auto Dealer Sentenced to Prison for COVID-19 Relief Fraud

Department of Agriculture OIG

COVID-19 - Food and Nutrition Service’s Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer - Final Report

In our final report, we reviewed key aspects of the Food and Nutrition Service funding and administration of Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer assistance.
Department of Justice

Plymouth Man Pleads Guilty to Submitting Multiple Fraudulent Claims for Pandemic Relief

BOSTON – A Plymouth, Mass. man pleaded guilty today to his involvement in a COVID-19 relief fund fraud scheme.
Department of Justice

Second Wayne County Man Charged With Committing Covid-19 Pandemic Fraud

Department of Justice

Heath Street Gang Members and Associates Charged in Federal Sweep

BOSTON – Over 40 members and associates of the Heath Street Gang in Boston were charged today in federal court in Boston with racketeering conspiracy; drug trafficking; firearms; wire fraud; and financial frauds, including COVID fraud, following a two-year investigation into gang violence in Boston.
Department of Justice

Tracy Woman Pleads Guilty to Fraudulent Scheme to Steal California Unemployment Insurance Benefits

Kaymeisha Keyes, 32, most recently of Tracy, pleaded guilty today to one count of wire fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft.
Department of Justice

Six sentenced for roles in $20M COVID-19 relief fraud ring

Six Houston-area men have been sentenced for their roles in a conspiracy to fraudulently obtain more than $20 million in forgivable Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans that the Small Business Administration (SBA) guaranteed under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act