Power Ranger actor busted in COVID relief scheme

5/22/2022 8:31:00 AM

Power Ranger actor busted in COVID relief scheme

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Power Ranger actor busted in COVID relief scheme

One of the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers ” could be in some mighty big trouble with the law.

Geiger, whose stage name is Austin St. John, was one of 19 people charged in the scheme, which resulted in at least 16 fraudulent loans totaling $3.5 million, the US Attorney for the Eastern District of Texasannounced this week.The McKinney, Tx. resident is accused of being part of a network that applied for loans through the Paycheck Protection Program using false information or fabricated documents, prosecutors said.

The network was led by Michael Hill aka “Tank,” 47, and NAdrew Moran, 43, who recruited others to use “an existing business or create a business” to apply for the loans, part of the massive $349 billion federal CARES Act.The loans were meant to provide relief for businesses feeling the pinch of the COVID pandemic and resulting shutdown – but those in the network paid Hill and Moran or used the money for themselves. In some instances those accused sent the money to Jonathan Spencer, 33, to invest in foreign exchange markets, prosecutors said.

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Red Power Ranger actor indicted in COVID loan fraudThe defendants — including the former actor of the Red Power Ranger — are accused of fraudulently obtaining at least $3.5 million through at least 16 loans.

Red Power Ranger actor indicted in COVID loan fraudThe defendants are accused of fraudulently obtaining at least $3.5 million through at least 16 loans.

'Power Rangers' actor Austin St. John charged with COVID-19 fraudNEW YORK — A '90s actor who starred in the hit TV show Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has been charged with perpetuating a scheme to defraud the U.S. government of CARES Act funds, according to the Department of Justice.

'Power Rangers' actor Austin St. John charged with COVID-19 fraudA '90s actor who starred in the hit TV show 'Mighty Morphin Power Rangers ' has been charged with perpetuating a scheme to defraud the U.S. government of CARES Act funds, according to the Department of Justice. Rangers, Jail time! He is... Go Go Going to Jail. Wow bro what the fuck

'Power Rangers' actor charged with COVID-19 fraudAustin St. John, who played the red Power Ranger in the '90s hit TV show 'Mighty Morphin Power Rangers ,' has been charged with obtaining more than $400,000 in fraudulent PPP loans Was he building a new robot? Are the other power rangers cool? Luckily, he’s a has-been.

Power Rangers actor Austin St. John charged with COVID-19 aid fraud' Power Rangers ' actor Austin St. John has been charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The red power ranger allegedly was a part of a fraud scheme to illegally obtain loans from the government. Some good news. That every illegal the Biden Admin is allowing to cross our boarder right now, except for the terror cells, drug cartel and gang members; nearly every single one of them is pro-life and Christian.

Actor Jason Lawrence Geiger, 47, who played the Red Ranger in the cheesy 1990s kids’ show and its related films, was busted for his alleged part in a scheme to fraudulently obtain federal COVID-19 relief money.According to the indictment, the following people have either been arrested or summoned for an appearance before a federal magistrate judge: Michael Lewayne Hill, aka Tank, 47, of Mineral Wells; Andrew Charles Moran, 43, of Lewisville; Peter Keovongphet, aka Lil’ Pete, 34, of Ft.According to the indictment, the following people have either been arrested or summoned for an appearance before a federal magistrate judge: Michael Lewayne Hill, aka Tank, 47, of Mineral Wells; Andrew Charles Moran, 43, of Lewisville; Peter Keovongphet, aka Lil’ Pete, 34, of Ft.May 20, 2022 at 6:20 am EDT NEW YORK — A '90s actor who starred in the hit TV show Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has been charged with perpetuating a scheme to defraud the U.

Geiger, whose stage name is Austin St. John, was one of 19 people charged in the scheme, which resulted in at least 16 fraudulent loans totaling $3. John, 47, of McKinney; Eric Reed Marascio, aka Phoenix Marcon, 50, of Allen; Christopher Lee McElfresh, 43, of Frisco; Cord Dean Newman, 44, of Homosassa, FL; Elmer Omar Ayala, 45, of Midlothian; Gregory Fitzgerald Hatley, Jr.5 million, the US Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas announced this week ., 38, of Allen; Alexander Eric Cortesano, 52, of Dallas; Arthur Atik Pongtaratik, 33, of Carrollton; Miles Justin Urias, 34, of Richardson; Fabian C. The McKinney, Tx. Hernandez, 44, of Lake Alfred, FL; Daniel Lee Warren, 33, address unknown; Rajaa Bensellam, 49, of Allen; Hadi Mohammed Taffal, 50, of Allen; and Jonathon James Spencer, aka Spence, 33, of Rowlett. resident is accused of being part of a network that applied for loans through the Paycheck Protection Program using false information or fabricated documents, prosecutors said. St.

The network was led by Michael Hill aka “Tank,” 47, and NAdrew Moran, 43, who recruited others to use “an existing business or create a business” to apply for the loans, part of the massive $349 billion federal CARES Act. The indictment says Michael Hill and Andrew Moran are accused of leading the scheme to defraud lenders and the Small Business Administration’s PPP. The indictment says Michael Hill and Andrew Moran are accused of leading the scheme to defraud lenders and the Small Business Administration’s PPP. The loans were meant to provide relief for businesses feeling the pinch of the COVID pandemic and resulting shutdown – but those in the network paid Hill and Moran or used the money for themselves. In some instances those accused sent the money to Jonathan Spencer, 33, to invest in foreign exchange markets, prosecutors said. The PPP was put into place to help small businesses keep workers employed during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing access to low-interest loans. Geiger was arrested Tuesday and remains behind bars until a court hearing in Plano on Monday. Copyright 2022 Gray Media Group, Inc. He has pleaded not guilty to a single count against him, his attorney said – adding the embattled actor plans to “viogorously defend himself against this allegation. All rights reserved."Once enlisted, Moran is alleged to have assisted his co-conspirators with the application paperwork, including fabricating supporting documentation and submitting the application through the online portals.

” If convicted, each of the accused could face up to 20 years in federal prison, prosecutors said. With Post wires .