New Hampshire Man Faces Fraud Charge for Keeping Premiums

March 27, 2009

Court records show that a business owner in Hudson, New Hampshire faces a federal wire fraud charge alleging that he stole roughly $100,000 from a client.

Scott Drohan, owner of Juskel Services, was released on personal recognizance earlier this week following an appearance in U.S. District Court.

The Telegraph reports that Drohan is accused of stealing funds from J&B Trucking of West Burke, Vt., and Billerica, Mass., according to an FBI affidavit.

The affidavit said Juskel contracted to provide payroll management services and provided workers compensation insurance for the trucking company from June 2002 to March 2005. The document says Drohan’s company failed to pay about $100,000 in state and federal taxes and insurance premiums, despite having billed the trucking company for the money to cover it.
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Information from: The Telegraph (Nashua)

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