When Miami Gardens resident Willie Curry applied for a COVID-19 relief loan in June 2020, he claimed that Will Curry Computers had 10 employees and gross revenues of $755,416 and that his goods sold cost about $170,664.

“In reality… [Curry] established Will Curry Computers in 2020, it had only minimal gross revenues and cost of goods sold during the 12-month period prior to Jan. 31, 2020 and it had no other employees.” That’s from Curry’s factual proffer statement, the admission of facts that accompanied his guilty plea to wire fraud in federal court.

Curry, 58, a network manager with Miami-Dade County and a full-time county employee, is scheduled to be sentenced on Nov. 17.

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Curry’s admission of facts says that on June 24, 2020, he submitted an application to the Small Business…

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