Monica Cannon-Grant was released on personal recognizance today on charges she defrauded Violence in Boston, and was allowed to keep working for the group, but was ordered to stay away from its funds. Read more.
Violence in Boston
Woman charged with defrauding non-profit she started can keep working for it, but without access to its bank accounts
By adamg - 3/15/22 - 2:36 pm
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By adamg - 3/15/22 - 9:06 am
A federal grand jury has indicted Monica Cannon-Grant, founder of Violence in Boston on charges that include sucking money out of the non-profit, defrauding the state pandemic unemployment system and lying to a mortgage lender, the US Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Feds charge Boston man collected pandemic unemployment even as he was working fulltime; also charged with trying to use the bank account of his wife's non-profit to get a mortgage
By adamg - 10/19/21 - 2:53 pm
A former Boston resident now living in Taunton was arrested today on charges he collected more than $67,000 in fake pandemic unemployment claims even as he was working at a full-time job where he got a promotion and at least two raises. Read more.