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A Michigan-Based Company Agrees to Pay $1 Million to Settle a Pandemic Fraud Case

A Grand Rapids trucking company and it’s owners have agreed to pay a $1 million settlement in a civil case related to federal pandemic relief fraud, U.S. prosecutors said.

DMR Transportation and its owners, Semsi Salja and Anes Suhonjic, agreed to pay the amount under the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act. 

Semsi Salja and Anes Suhonjic also pleaded guilty Wednesday, June 22 in federal court to conspiring to commit bank fraud. They could be sentenced to up to five years in prison.

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