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Three Defendants Plead Guilty to National PPP Fraud Scheme

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In North Carolina, Isaac Lamont Dawson, Jackson Kyalo Ndoyo, and Dontrell Rayshar Barnes have pleaded responsible to wire fraud conspiracy for unlawfully acquiring COVID-19 aid loans via the Paycheck Safety Program (PPP). The defendants exploited this system designed to assist struggling companies, and so they could every be sentenced to a most of 20 years in jail.

The investigation uncovered their involvement in a nationwide scheme orchestrated by a Texas couple, Edward Whitaker and Schunda Coleman, and others. The Inner Income Service’s prison investigations continues to be actively pursuing people who misuse federal aid applications for private acquire. Sentencing is ready to happen later this yr.

Source / Picture: thecrimereport.org

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