Judge Sentences Roofing Contractor Owner in Florida PPP Fraud Case

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The conviction brought to an end the only case of Paycheck Protection Program fraud involving a substantial construction contractor.

July 25, 2021
Richard Korman - Engineering News-Record

A federal judge in Fort Myers, Fla., sentenced Casey David Crowther, 35, the owner of a successful Florida roofing contracting company, to 37 months in prison for using fictitious employee lists to obtain a $2.7-million federal pandemic-aid loan and then purchasing a $689,000 boat with the funds.

Reprinted courtesy of Richard Korman, Engineering News-Record

Mr. Korman may be contacted at kormanr@enr.com

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