Three local men charged in laundering scheme involving over $200M in government-funded contracts
A Federal Grand Jury is charging three men with a 12-year fraud and money laundering scheme involving over 200 million dollars in government-funded contracts.
Those contracts were meant to benefit small businesses.
According to a release by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, those charged are Brian Ganos of Muskego, Mark Spindler of Menomonee Falls, and Nicholas Rivecca of Hartland.
The business Sonag Company-Incorporated is also listed as a defendant.