Two Men Face Fraud and Money Laundering Charges
A federal grand jury indicted two men on fraud and money laundering charges.
45-year-old Kenneth Griffin and 73-year-old Brian Campbell are accused of creating more than $600,000 worth of fake accounts receivable that they supported with false invoices and forged employee time-sheets.
They then sold the fake accounts receivable to several companies involved in the financing of the company, known as "factoring."
If convicted, the two men face up to 20 years in prison.