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Articles Tagged with wire fraud

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pexels-karolina-grabowska-4197564-300x200A Chicago businessman faces charges for allegedly swindling more than $2.6 million from two hospitals that ordered personal protective equipment (PPE) from his biotechnology company.

Dennis Haggerty, 44, of Burr Ridge, IL, was arrested and charged in federal court on Tuesday with one count of wire fraud. Attorney information was not available at the time of writing.

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pexels-karolina-grabowska-5239822-300x200A Miami couple has been indicted in Pittsburgh for their alleged involvement in a scheme to defraud Verizon Wireless out of millions of dollars.

Samuel T. Johnson, 31, and Daphne Debrosse, 30, were charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Johnson was ordered held pending trial on grounds that he constituted a flight risk. The press did not name an attorney for the couple.

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pexels-andrea-piacquadio-3768131-300x200The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio has announced an indictment charging two Florida men for their alleged involvement in a so-called “grandparent scam.”

Johnny Lee Palmer, 25, and John Tyler Pla, 25, both of Tampa, FL, are charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud. Attorney information was not available at the time of writing.

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pexels-pixabay-163186-300x225The founder of a holistic wellness company in Tennessee was charged last week for allegedly scamming dozens of patients, financial institutions, and investors out of nearly $700,000.

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.

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bbc-creative-1w20Cysy1cg-unsplash-300x200A grand jury has indicted four owners of daycare businesses in Chicago for allegedly defrauding a state child care subsidy program out of more than $1 million.

Named in the indictments are Tarnavis A. Lee, 41, owner of Lee’s Toddler Town, Inc.; Demetra M. Jackson, 41, owner of Jitter Bugs, Inc.; Elizabeth McFarland, 46, owner of Tater Tots, Inc.; and LaShanda Hudson, 39, owner of a daycare business in her name. The four women are charged with multiple counts of mail fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering. It is unclear if they have acquired legal representation.

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