Owner of Virginia charter airline accused of lying to get $2.5 million in pandemic-relief loans and using it on a Lexus and a Cessna is ordered jailed before trial | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Owner of Virginia charter airline accused of lying to get $2.5 million in pandemic-relief loans and using it on a Lexus and a Cessna is ordered jailed before trial

The owner of a charter flight company in Virginia is accused of creating fake employees to secure $2.5 million in federal Payroll Protection Program loans intended for COVID relief - and using part of the money to buy a Cessna airplane and a Lexus.

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