McLean County Board Chairman indicted in Federal Court for theft, wire fraud totaling over $890,000 –

Chicago, IL. (ECWd) –

Bloomington, Illinois’ McLean County Board Chairman Matt Sorensen, former State Farm employee, named in federal indictment coming out of the Northern District of Illinois.

The indictment, containing 14 pages and 8 Counts, claims that since 2004, Sorenson and co-workers submitted fraudulent invoices totaling over $890,000.00 and wire fraud related to the invoices. Sorrensen allegedly used two separate companies to bill for fraudulent consulting services.

He is scheduled to appear for arraignment on January 11, 2016, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael T. Mason in Chicago.

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  1. It is estimated that one in 34, to one in 75 men are sociopaths. We see them all over in our government and businesses. There need to be methods in place to prevent their acquisition of these positions of power, and to remove them if they obtain one. Oversight is critical at every level of government and business.

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