CHARLOTTE, N.C. (QUEEN Town News) — A Charlotte girl pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to commit wire fraud for usually acquiring more than $100,000 in COVID-19 aid resources, U.S. District Lawyer Dena King announced.
In accordance to court docket paperwork, 25-12 months-previous Yesenia Rodriguez was aspect of a conspiracy to defraud the U.S. Tiny Company Administration by obtaining an Economic Injury Catastrophe Bank loan based mostly on wrong data.
Prosecutor stated Rodriguez admitted in court that from April 2020 to Could 2021, she conspired with yet another man or woman to get hold of COVID relief money, such as two loans beneath the EIDL software and unemployment advantages totaling about $100,000.
Plea documents showed that she submitted a fraudulent EIDL application in July 2020 for a hair and nail salon named Yesenia Rodriguez.
Officers reported Rodriguez had not too long ago remaining her position at a countrywide bank and did not possess a hair salon. She was as an alternative amassing unemployment.
As a result of the software, Rodriguez was provided $37,500 in relief funding. Her alleged coconspirator, who the courtroom recognized as “G.R.” is accused of fraudulently getting EIDL funding totaling $47,500 for one more business.
Prosecutors claimed G.R.’s small business was a real, functioning enterprise, but accused them of distributing a fraudulent application that falsely represented its eligibility for funding.
Officials stated Rodriguez and G.R. acquired at least $112,000 in catastrophe aid money.
Rodriguez’s conspiracy demand carries a maximum jail phrase of 5 years and a $250,000 fantastic, prosecutors stated. A sentencing day has not been established.
Officials did not address any pending expenses from her alleged co-conspirator.