ST. PETERS, Mo. (KMOV) – A girl from St. Peters has been indicted on prices that she dedicated pandemic mortgage fraud.
A grandy jury indicted Trashunda M. Harrison of committing at $204,095 fraud involving a mortgage program supposed for small companies to proceed to pay their staff in the course of the pandemic.
In response to the indictment, the 36-year-old submitted a number of purposes for Paycheck Safety Program loans within the names of three companies in addition to in her title as a sole proprietor from June 2020 to April 2021. She allegedly made false representations concerning the payroll and earnings of the companies and submitted fraudulent tax varieties. Harrison reportedly spent the cash on unapproved purchases, which included procuring and hire.
She was indicted on two counts of financial institution fraud and 7 counts of wire fraud.
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