SCAM NEWS: Army Buddies Accused Of Scamming Marine Corps Vets Online

SCAM NEWS: Army Buddies Accused Of Scamming Marine Corps Vets Online

Two members of the US Army Reserve scammed senior citizens, widows, businesses, and a Marine Corps veterans association over the course of nearly two years, according to a now-unsealed federal complaint.

Joseph Iorhemba Asan Jr. and Charles Ifeanyi Ogozy joined the Army Reserve in February 2018, and that same month embarked on a “scheme to commit fraud against victims across the United States,” according to the complaint. Prosecutors say the duo amassed up to $3 million.

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