A ‘career criminal’ was in jail for defrauding the government. Then he conned inmates out of $17,000, feds say

A ‘career criminal’ was in jail for defrauding the government. Then he conned inmates out of $17,000, feds say

But while serving his house arrest and wearing an ankle monitor, he managed to commit four bank robberies in Massachusetts in 2011 brandishing “what appeared to be a firearm (later determined to be a BB gun) and forced bank customers and employees to lie down on the ground,” prosecutors said

Even while he was in jail awaiting sentencing for fraudulently seeking $4.7 million in Paycheck Protection Program funds, Michael Moller couldn’t help but carry out one more con, prosecutors said. Continue reading “A ‘career criminal’ was in jail for defrauding the government. Then he conned inmates out of $17,000, feds say”

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