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pexels-john-guccione-wwwadvergroupcom-3564390-300x200The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida announced the arrest of a Fort Lauderdale high school basketball coach accused of defrauding a COVID-19 relief program out of almost $1 million.

Terrence Deshun Williams, 40, of Tamarac, FL, was charged with money laundering, bank fraud, engaging in transactions in unlawful proceeds, and making false statements to a financial institution. He was released on $350,000 bond, sources indicate. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.

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pexels-karolina-grabowska-4475523-300x200The Department of Justice announced that Washington man faces criminal charges after he fraudulently sought over $1.1 million in COVID-19 relief funds.

Austin Hsu, 46, of Issaquah, Washington, is charged with one count of wire fraud. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.

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pexels-pixabay-259027-300x200The 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.

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pexels-john-guccione-wwwadvergroupcom-3483098-300x200A Dade City man has been charged for allegedly securing more than $1.9 million in emergency funds from a federal coronavirus (COVID-19) relief program and using the money to purchase luxury vehicles.

Keith William Nicoletta, 48, was charged with bank fraud and illegal monetary transactions. The press did not name an attorney for him.

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luke-mckeown-nlyWZtWTzCo-unsplash-300x200A Hawaiian defense contractor was arrested and charged on September 30 for allegedly bilking a federal coronavirus relief aid program out of $12.8 million.

Martin Kao, 47, was charged with two counts of bank fraud and five counts of money laundering. The press did not name an attorney for him.

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