More than 30 people have been arrested and charged under the state racketeering and conspiracy statute. That means investigators believe the gangs were running a criminal enterprise. The report provides documented proof that at least six people allegedly created limited liability companies, or LLCs, solicited people through social media and in some cases stole identities to apply for PPP and SBA loans, which were then approved.
Attorney Jonathan Rose was interviewed by Channel 9 regarding the matter.
“If you’re operating a RICO organization, there’s some degree of complexity and the people who are doing this are not unsophisticated people,” said Rose, the defense attorney.
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