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Monday, December 24, 2018

Three Arkansas Shopkeepers Plead Guilty to $400,000 Food Stamp Fraud

Three Arkansas shopkeepers pleaded guilty Wednesday to carrying out a $400,000 food stamp fraud scheme where they used food stamps to purchase items that they would resell in their stores.

Raja Khani Zaman and his two sons, Haroon “Harry” Zaman and Ahmed Zaman, pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court to one count of conspiracy to traffic in food stamp benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

Raja and Harry Zaman pleaded guilty to additional charges, including filing a false tax return and money laundering conspiracy, court documents stated.



For Real said...

whole crap load of fake food stamp going on in Salisbury, fruitland

see it often

hope President Trump locks them up too

Anonymous said...

Amazing....all local names. Lol

Anonymous said...

Wow. More Afghanistan citizens here ripping us off. Yet the ESTABLISHMENT generals want us to stay.