Illinois AG Charges Chicago Woman With Unemployment And COVID Relief Fraud

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul is charging a Chicago woman with unemployment and COVID-19 relief fraud. Briana Jackson is accused of fraudulently obtaining around 75-thousand-dollars in federal Small Business Administration loans and unemployment benefits. Raoul says Jackson received 40-thousand-dollars in Paycheck Protection Program loans and illegally collected 35-thousand-dollars in unemployment benefits from the state.