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Aug 07, 2020 · The former EDD worker obtained personal information on workers that was used to file 269 fraudulent unemployment claims in 2015 and 2016, according to Quentin Heiden, special agent-in-charge of ... Aug 07, 2020 · The former EDD worker obtained personal information on workers that was used to file 269 fraudulent unemployment claims in 2015 and 2016, according to Quentin Heiden, special agent-in-charge of ... Sep 24, 2020 · Moore, a resident of State College, Pennsylvania, and Zonge were accused of helping start the ring. Officials said Moore successfully applied for COVID-19 unemployment benefits on Zonge's behalf and began doing the same for others. Zonge allegedly received about $3,000 from the inmates for his help in filing the claims. Sep 23, 2020 · HARRISBURG (WKBN) – An inmate originally from Columbiana is among several others accused of getting thousands of dollars in COVID-19 unemployment benefits illegally. A total of 20 inmates and ... Aug 25, 2020 · And they have evidence that some 10,000 inmates across the state have filed pandemic unemployment claims, each of them receiving roughly $10,000. Shapiro said there will be many more charges in ... Sep 24, 2020 · Moore, a resident of State College, Pennsylvania, and Zonge were accused of helping start the ring. Officials said Moore successfully applied for COVID-19 unemployment benefits on Zonge's behalf and began doing the same for others. Zonge allegedly received about $3,000 from the inmates for his help in filing the claims. Jul 15, 2020 · Federal agents are investigating whether inmates at the county jail are receiving thousands of dollars from the Pandemic Unemployment Compensation program while awaiting trial. Investigators now ... Sep 23, 2020 · The charges are a result of an ongoing investigation into schemes involving inmates and accomplices to allegedly filing for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, a federal program funded by the ... Sep 24, 2020 · Two ringleaders and two additional inmates obtained $109,900 in fraudulent COVID-19 unemployment benefits, Shapiro said.Six inmates at the Phoenix state prison in Montgomery County were also charged. Sep 26, 2020 · She received approximately $7,000 from the inmates for filing the applications and from two debit cards that she received for the inmates at her residence. James G. Neff Zonge: Inmate at SCI Benner, from State College. He first had Adele Moore try to file for unemployment benefits in his name. His application was rejected. Sep 23, 2020 · HARRISBURG (WKBN) – An inmate originally from Columbiana is among several others accused of getting thousands of dollars in COVID-19 unemployment benefits illegally. A total of 20 inmates and ... Sep 01, 2020 · U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Willam M. McSwain, speaks at a 2019 news conference in Chester. On Tuesday, his office charged two inmates at the Chester County Prison and two alleged accomplices with bilking the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program out of tens of thousands of dollars. Aug 25, 2020 · And they have evidence that some 10,000 inmates across the state have filed pandemic unemployment claims, each of them receiving roughly $10,000. Shapiro said there will be many more charges in ... Aug 25, 2020 · The Department of Justice on Tuesday announced charges against 33 suspects, including inmates at eight state and county jails and prisons in western Pennsylvania. The group is only a fraction of... Seven inmates at SCI-Fayette and SCI-Greene were among 33 inmates and accomplices charged with fraudulently obtaining COVID-19 unemployment benefits, officials announced Tuesday. Sep 24, 2020 · Moore, a resident of State College, Pennsylvania, and Zonge were accused of helping start the ring. Officials said Moore successfully applied for COVID-19 unemployment benefits on Zonge's behalf and began doing the same for others. Zonge allegedly received about $3,000 from the inmates for his help in filing the claims. Sep 01, 2020 · U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Willam M. McSwain, speaks at a 2019 news conference in Chester. On Tuesday, his office charged two inmates at the Chester County Prison and two alleged accomplices with bilking the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program out of tens of thousands of dollars. Investigators recently were able to cross-check a list of state inmates against those who applied for pandemic unemployment benefits and found about 10,000 matches, Brady's office said. Along with applications by county and federal inmates, Brady said, he believes the total cost of the fraud in Pennsylvania is approaching a quarter-billion dollars. Sep 24, 2020 · Two ringleaders and two additional inmates obtained $109,900 in fraudulent COVID-19 unemployment benefits, Shapiro said.Six inmates at the Phoenix state prison in Montgomery County were also charged. Aug 25, 2020 · The inmates or their helpers allegedly applied for federal unemployment benefits by falsely certifying they are unemployed because of the pandemic and are otherwise able to work.The fraud caught ... Seven inmates at SCI-Fayette and SCI-Greene were among 33 inmates and accomplices charged with fraudulently obtaining COVID-19 unemployment benefits, officials announced Tuesday. Aug 25, 2020 · About 10,000 state prison inmates in Pennsylvania fraudulently applied for unemployment benefits during the coronavirus pandemic, prosecutors said in announcing charges Tuesday against 33 people. Oct 01, 2020 · FILE - In this March 23, 2001, file photo, Gregory McKnight, 24, is comforted by his attorney in Vinton County Common Pleas Court in McArthur, Ohio, after he was indicted. Aug 17, 2020 · Twenty-one inmates in the San Mateo County, Calif., jail filed for pandemic unemployment assistance, resulting in payments of at least $250,000, according to the district attorney. Sep 23, 2020 · HARRISBURG (WKBN) – An inmate originally from Columbiana is among several others accused of getting thousands of dollars in COVID-19 unemployment benefits illegally. A total of 20 inmates and ... Oct 01, 2020 · FILE - In this March 23, 2001, file photo, Gregory McKnight, 24, is comforted by his attorney in Vinton County Common Pleas Court in McArthur, Ohio, after he was indicted. Investigators recently were able to cross-check a list of state inmates against those who applied for pandemic unemployment benefits and found about 10,000 matches, Brady's office said. Along with applications by county and federal inmates, Brady said, he believes the total cost of the fraud in Pennsylvania is approaching a quarter-billion dollars. May 27, 2020 · A group of 53 inmates in Maine received a total of nearly $200,000 in unemployment benefits after losing their work release jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic, writes the BDN Editorial Board. Aug 25, 2020 · The inmates or their helpers allegedly applied for federal unemployment benefits by falsely certifying they are unemployed because of the pandemic and are otherwise able to work.The fraud caught ... Sep 23, 2020 · At the State Correctional Institution-Mahanoy, Shapiro claimed, inmates used jail phones to tell alleged co-conspirators how to file claims. At SCI-Benner, an inmate allegedly provided to his ... Seven inmates at SCI-Fayette and SCI-Greene were among 33 inmates and accomplices charged with fraudulently obtaining COVID-19 unemployment benefits, officials announced Tuesday.