Prosecutors have billed 3 people today in Will County with getting loans from the Tiny Organization Administration by generating fake statements about the revenues of their organizations.
On Monday, Jamelle McBride, 34, and L’Keisha McBride, 32, both equally of Homer Glen, have been arrested and taken to the Will County jail on fees of personal loan fraud, theft by deception and wire fraud.
L’Keisha McBride has been charged in a different fraud situation from Jamelle McBride, who is a co-defendant of Justin James in their have circumstance.
The county jail log did not show James in jail on Thursday. His court file is still below seal but his charges have been manufactured public in the court docket file for Jamelle McBride that was unsealed on Tuesday. L’Keisha McBride’s circumstance was unsealed the identical day.
In a legal grievance, prosecutors alleged L’Keisha McBride obtained a $200,000 personal loan from the Tiny Business enterprise Administration by falsely representing that her small business, Richey’s Elite Activities, experienced gross revenues of $150,000 for a yr before Jan. 31, 2020.
Prosecutors additional accused L’Keisha McBride of acquiring a $74,000 personal loan from the federal company by falsely boasting her other enterprise, Aspiration Young children Boutique, had gross revenues of $90,000 for a calendar year prior to Jan. 31, 2020.
Prosecutors alleged L’Keisha McBride falsely acquired a $10,000 advance on that mortgage for Dream Children Boutique on June 22, 2020.
She was also charged with filing a fraudulent 2019 earnings tax return.
In the circumstance towards Jamelle McBride and James, prosecutors alleged the two obtained a $150,000 bank loan from the Little Business Administration by falsely saying James’ business, Lorgos, had gross revenues of $1.2 million for a 12 months in advance of Jan. 31, 2020.
Prosecutors charged James with obtaining a $150,000 from a loan from the federal agency by falsely proclaiming his other business enterprise, From the Intellect to Style and design, experienced gross revenues of far more than $1 million.
Jamelle McBride was charged with receiving federal loans totaling $650,000 by falsely boasting his business enterprise, P&J Occasions, had gross revenues of $180,000 and his other organization, Clean Style of the Day, experienced gross revenues of $400,000, for a yr right before Jan. 31, 2020.
Jamelle McBride and L’Keisha McBride are currently being held in jail on a $2 million and $500,000 bonds, respectively.