Florida Man Birthday November 18

Florida man sentenced to 6 months in prison for defrauding relief fund

The accident occurred in Miami, one of the largest cities in Florida. Florida man scams COVID relief fund. When it was discovered that the man was cheating, he was arrested. The federal court sentenced the Florida man to six months in prison.

Willie Carey, 58, made a false statement to the relief fund set up to fight COVID. Thus, he took advantage of the low-interest loan provided by the relief fund. He was arrested when it was found that he had lied to get the loan. The court sentenced Curry to six months in prison for perjury and fraud.

Curry attended the hearing in Miami federal court on Wednesday. Carey was arrested in August on suspicion of fraud. During interrogation by investigators, he admitted that he submitted inaccurate information to the US Small Business Administration.

An agreement was reached with Carey as he pleaded guilty. According to the agreement, Curry filed an application with the US Small Business Administration in June 2020. The reason for the application was to take advantage of the opportunity for an Injury Disaster Loan. He provided false information about his company to obtain support.

In his application, Curry stated that Will Curry Computers was founded in 2015, employs 10 workers, has an annual gross income of approximately $755,000, and a cost of goods sold of approximately $170,500. But this information does not reflect the truth. The facts emerged as a result of the research conducted by prosecutors.

Prosecutors determined that Willy Curry Computers was founded in 2020 and that the company does not have any employees. In addition, the plaintiffs found that he earned income from the goods sold, but the cost of the goods sold was minimal.

Investigators note that Curry works as a full-time network administrator in the Miami-Dade County area. It has been confirmed that the COVID pandemic has affected the salaries of many people across the country. But Carrie wasn’t one of them. Because it was decided that Carrie had not suffered any loss of salary.

After Carry’s fake application, the US Small Business Administration took action. The US Small Business Administration disbursed a $10,000 advance and then $150,000 in loan proceeds to the Carey Financial Corporation. After that, Curry returned the loan he had used to the organization.

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Who are the famous November 18 birthdays?

W. S. Gilbert, English playwright, poet and painter (d.1911)
1880 Naum Turpov, Bulgarian architect, designed Sofia Central Market Hall (d. 1952)

1927

Hank Ballard, American singer-songwriter (Midnight) (d. 2003)
Susan Sullivan, American actress
1962

Jimmy Muir, American baseball player and sports broadcaster

Peta Wilson, Australian actress

1975

David Ortiz, Dominican American baseball player
Ryohei Chiba, Japanese singer and dancer (W-inds)
Noppawan Lertcheewkarn, Thai tennis player

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