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Maine man faces up to 30 years in prison in PPP fraud case | app

BANGOR, Maine (AP) — A Maine man has pleaded guilty to federal bank fraud charges stemming from a Paycheck Protection Program request, federal prosecutors said.

The US Department of Justice said the Skowhegan man secured a $59,145 loan for his Bangor-based business using false employee salary information and false payroll documentation. The ministry said the man then spent the money on items and expenses he knew weren’t covered by the program.

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