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February 13, 2016

Rep. Michael Grimm Indicted for Fraud

Rep. Michael Grimm, R-N.Y., was indicted on Monday on charges of underreporting payroll for his New York health-food restaurant, Healthicious.

Grimm was charged with hiding more than $1 million in restaurant receipts and employee wages, as well as hiding a separate set of computer payroll records. The indictment charges Grimm with wire fraud, mail fraud, employment of illegal immigrants, perjury, obstruction of justice, obstructing and impeding tax laws and conspiracy to defraud the government.

View Roll Call article, “Michael Grimm Indicted on 20 Counts.”

Read the full indictment.

Read U.S. Attorney press release.

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