SANTA ANA, Calif. — A Garden Grove man accused of using a Tustin-based truck company to receive what investigators said was a fraudulent $149,000 loan was found guilty of a misdemeanor on Tuesday. and was immediately sentenced to 16 days in prison and 200 hours in prison. of community service.
Jimmy Khue Nguyen, 50, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of unauthorized use of personally identifiable information.
Multiple felony charges of grand theft and money laundering were dismissed as part of the plea bargain.
Nguyen applied for a $150,000 small business management loan in 2020 and fraudulently used shipping company JPI Majestic, Irvine Police Department investigator Sarah Voight said in court.
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