U.S. lawyer costs man with COVID mortgage fraud | Crime Information

U.S. attorney charges man with COVID loan fraud | Crime News

In addition to the fraud charge, the US attorney is filing for a forfeiture warrant of at least $ 97,800, which the indictment states to represent “revenue from such a scheme”.

The unarrested Maturino is due to appear in federal court in Tulsa on Monday.

A source confirmed that Maturino was employed at McLain High School.

The McLain High School website indicates that Maturino is employed as the head coach of the wrestling team.

When asked if Maturino was still working for the district, a spokeswoman for Tulsa Public Schools said she could not confirm this without an address or date of birth.

Since July, the US Attorney’s Office in Tulsa has charged at least five other people with fraud related to COVID-19 business aid programs.

An Arkansas man was sentenced to two years in prison earlier this month after pleading guilty to five counts of bank fraud related to finding Paycheck Protection Program loans of more than $ 8 million included. The loans available are guaranteed by the Small Business Administration in accordance with the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.

In two independent cases, charges are pending against the other four people.