Construction Execs Accused Of Lying To Get State Contracts

Law360 (July 17, 2018, 8:39 PM EDT) -- Two New York men allegedly stole the identities of two minority-owned businesses to fraudulently secure millions of dollars worth of public construction projects, shorted their own employees more than $400,000 and defrauded an insurance company, the state’s attorney general said in a press release Tuesday.

Michael Martin, 47, of Latham, and D. Scott Henzel, 52, of Albany, who are both white, were each charged in New York Supreme Court in Albany County with failure to pay prevailing wages, three counts of first-degree identity theft, three counts of submitting false information to public entities and one count of participating in a scheme...

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