Will County inmates charged with defrauding COVID-related loan program – Chicago Tribune
Joliet police and federal authorities arrested 15 people for filing fraudulent loan applications under the Paycheck Protection Program while they were being held in Will County Jail on felony firearm charges. fire or drugs. Law enforcement officials said some people used jail phones to complete the PPP loan process; some spent PPP money to get out of jail.
And a Cook County judge who is facing a domestic violence charge has been given restricted duties.
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