Nevada Bridge Boss Wanted By U.S Police, Wife Bags 2 Years In Prison For The Same Crime [$1 Million Fraud]

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Nevada Bridge boss is currently wanted by the United States police for $1million fraud as his wife bags 2 years imprisonmen

Nevada Bridge boss’s wife, 38-year-old Ivie Shevon Sajere, was accused of stealing about $1 million from the federal government through fake applications for retirement benefits and disaster aid. She has been sentenced to prison.

According to reports, Ivie Shevon Sajere, who lives in Suwanee, Georgia, will be spending two years and six months in federal prison after she pleaded guilty for being involved in the scam last year.

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She was also ordered to pay $949,616 in restitution by the court. According to court records, the government’s case against her husband, Neville Sajere, is still ongoing since he “appears to have fled the United States and escaped prosecution.”

Ivie Sajere’s involvement in the plan began in June 2017 and ended in September 2018, according to prosecutors in Georgia’s Northern District. According to U.S. Attorney Erskine, the defendant and her husband, Neville, engaged in a money laundering scheme that defrauded nearly a million dollars from the Social Security Administration and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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Unknown persons exploited stolen personal information to file online applications for Social Security retirement benefits and Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster relief funding, according to the authorities. Those same people also registered phony accounts with Go Bank, a financial firm that employs prepaid debit cards known as Green Dot cards to deposit Social Security and FEMA monies.

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According to the indictment, Neville Sajere had access over those accounts’ Green Dot cards and used them to purchase plane tickets on at least two occasions. Prosecutors claimed that after the money arrived on the Green Dot card, Ivie Sajere routed it through one of her three businesses: Nevada Bridge TV, her husband’s streaming service and production firm; BAGMA, her husband’s gospel award show company; and Shevonz, her clothes store.

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