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katie-moum-o0kbc907i20-unsplash-300x200A Miami man was arrested and charged for allegedly lying on Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications and obtaining $3.9 million, which he used to purchase luxury items, including a Lamborghini Huracán EVO.

David Tyler Hines, 29, of Miami was charged with one count of bank fraud, one count of making false statements to a financial institution, and one count of engaging in transactions in unlawful proceeds. It is unclear if he has acquired legal representation.

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squad-car-1209719_1920-300x162A state trooper in Connecticut was arrested last week for allegedly filing a fraudulent workers’ compensation claim and receiving over $45,000 in benefits he was not entitled to.

Kevin Moore, 41, of Moosup, CT, was charged with one count of fraudulent claim or receipt of benefits and one count of larceny in the first degree. He was released on a written promise to appear in court on July 30. It is unclear if he has acquired legal representation.

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scott-rodgerson-owZA77rRAic-unsplash-300x200A German man has been indicted in New Jersey for his alleged involvement in a massive mail fraud scheme targeting elderly and vulnerable victims with fraudulent solicitations from psychics.

The indictment charges Georg Ingenbleek, 54, of Germany with four counts of money laundering, two counts of mail fraud, and one count of obstruction of justice. It is unclear if he has acquired legal representation.

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quang-tri-nguyen-VxVO1zrY5F8-unsplash-300x200A federal grand jury has indicted a Maryland dentist, his business partner, and another man on federal charges related to an alleged plot to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in Medicaid payments.

The indictment, which was unsealed on July 22, names Edward T. Buford III, 68, of Silver Spring, Maryland; Kasandra Vilchez-Duarte, 44, of Fort Washington, Maryland; and Donnie Amis, 63, of Washington, D.C., as the defendants. They are each charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud and mail fraud as well as conspiracy to violate the federal Anti-Kickback Statute. They were released after their initial court appearances last Wednesday. Attorney information was not available at the time of writing.

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rupixen-com-Q59HmzK38eQ-unsplash-300x200The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts has announced charges against a Malden man accused of filing fraudulent applications for coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic unemployment benefits.

Wagner Sozi, 32, was charged with two counts of wire fraud, one count of aggravated identity theft, and one count of making a false claim to the United States. It is unclear if he has acquired legal representation.

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