A Brookhaven woman was allegedly involved in a scheme to steal more than $ 3.5 million from the federal paycheck protection program.
Brookhaven resident Treisha Pearson, 49, and Alpharetta resident Lakisha Swope, 43, were brought to justice on March 3 and face charges of conspiracy, bank fraud, bank fraud and money laundering. money, according to a press release from the US Department of Justice.
Pearson and Swope have pleaded not guilty to arraignment, according to PACER court documents from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
The press release says there were other people accused of being involved in the alleged scheme, but a DOJ spokesperson did not identify them. Neither Pearson nor Swope’s lawyers immediately responded to a request for …
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