US Attorney: 3 men accused trying to steal $2.9B in COVID-19 tax credits

Officials say the men sought more than $2.9 billion from the IRS.

Matt Trapani

Mar 16, 2024, 12:35 AM

Updated 29 days ago

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Three men from Irvington are facing multiple charges for COVID-19-related fraud.
The United States Attorney District of New Jersey says that the men sought more than $2.9 billion from the IRS by filing 131 false tax forms claiming COVID-19-related employment tax credits.
Rudolph Johnson, Frantz Pasteur and Frederick Anderson face multiple charges, including wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering.


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