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Former N.C. corrections officer pleads guilty to Hertford County COVID-19 fraud scheme, DOJ says

Posted on AllSides June 12th, 2024
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Former N.C. corrections officer pleads guilty to Hertford County COVID-19 fraud scheme, DOJ says The DOJ says Tana Hill submitted fictitious tenant lease agreements for properties in Hertford County to get COVID relief funds. She faces up to 10 years in prison. HERTFORD, N.C. — A former North Carolina correctional officer has pled guilty to fraudulently submitting false documents to obtain COVID-19 relief funds, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said. According to a release from the DOJ, Tana Egusasa Hill, 43, pled guilty to theft of government funds by fraudulently...

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