Murrieta Man Gets 5 Years in Prison for Misappropriating COVID Relief Funds

Photo: Getty ImagesLOS ANGELES (CNS) - A Murrieta man who obtained a COVID business relief loan of more than $7 million for his pothole-repair comp...

November 23, 2022
6:32 AM

Photo: Getty ImagesLOS ANGELES (CNS) - A Murrieta man who obtained a COVID business relief loan of more than $7 million for his pothole-repair company was sentenced Tuesday to five years behind bars for using hundreds of thousands of dollars of the Paycheck Protection Program funds for personal expenses such as luxury cars. During his sentencing hearing in Los Angeles, Oumar Sissoko, 59, was also ordered by U.S. District Judge John F. Walter to pay $499,827 in restitution, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

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