A 55-year-old Manassas business owner, Bennie Earl Magee, has received a five-year prison sentence following his guilty plea in connection with a $7 million COVID fraud scheme.
This significant development underscores the commitment to combat pandemic-related fraud and sends a strong message about the repercussions for those who exploit relief programs intended to assist those impacted by the global crisis.
source: The DMV Daily
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Manassas Business Owner Sentenced To 5 Years In Prison For $7M COVID Fraud Scheme was originally published on mymajicdc.com