Four Chicago Women Indicted for Allegedly Defrauding Child Care Subsidy Program of More Than $1 Million
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - A grand jury has returned indictments that charge four Chicago women with allegedly defrauding a government child care subsidy program intended to provide affordable child care to eligible parents. Each woman owned and operated a licensed day care in Chicago that allegedly submitted false claims for payment for child care services that were not provided or were not provided to the extent charged. As a result of the alleged schemes, the estimated loss to the government is more than $1 million.
- Date:October 13, 2020
- Agency:U.S. Attorney's Office, Central District of Illinois
- Criminal and Civil Actions