Jeremy Wyeth Schulman, 47, of Bethesda, Maryland, was indicted Wednesday on one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud and bank fraud; three counts of wire fraud; one count of mail fraud; one count of bank fraud; one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering; and four counts of money laundering. It is unclear if he has acquired an attorney.
Howard L. Young, 75, of Nashville, was charged with four counts of bank fraud, six counts of wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft. If convicted, he faces a fine of up to $1 million and up to 30 years in prison. The press did not name an attorney for him.
The Department of Justice has announced charges against three Milwaukee men and two Chicago-area men accused of participating in a scheme to file fraudulent loan applications seeking more than $1 million in coronavirus (COVID-19) relief aid.
The defendants named in the indictment are: Thomas Smith, 46, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Stephen Smith, 42, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Robert Hamilton, 59, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Samuel Davis Jr., 40, of Chicago, Illinois; and Jonathan Henley, 52, of Chicago, Illinois. Four of the defendants are charged with bank fraud and money laundering, while Henley is charged with bank fraud only. It is unclear if any of the defendants has acquired legal counsel.
In one of the country’s largest coronavirus (COVID-19) relief fraud schemes, a South Florida rapper and a Pennsylvania tow truck operator have been accused of pocketing millions of dollars from a federal loan program meant for businesses impacted by the pandemic.
Diamond Blue Smith, 36, of Miramar, FL, and Tonye C. Johnson, 28, of Flourtown, PA, were charged with wire fraud, bank fraud, and conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud. Attorney information was not available at the time of writing.
Jean Renald Fleuridor, 41, of Weston, and Hasan Brown, 44, of Miami, are each facing conspiracy to commit bank fraud charges. It is unclear if they have acquired legal representation.