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Power Rangers star Austin St John is arrested for COVID loan fraud in huge criminal case

Austin St John of the 1990s hit TV series Might Morphin Power Rangers was arrested at his luxury home in Texas this week.According to TMZ,the 47-year-old actor - who played Red Ranger Jason Lee Scott on the show - was handcuffed and arrested after federal agents showed up at his homein the upscale neighborhood of McKinney holding AR-15 guns.It was added that the agents 'raided' his residence.St John was allegedly charged with wire fraud in a very large federal criminal case about COVID relief loans for small businesses, it was claimed, with the actor being accused of scamming the government out of $3.5 million.If convicted he could go to prison for a maximum of 20 years.He was arrested along with 17 other people in what was a very large and organized scam. No peace now:Austin St John of the 1990s hit TV series Power Rangers was reportedly arrested at his home in Texas this week.

Seen in 2015 at Comic Con in Pennsylvania His claim to fame: St John played Red Ranger Jason Lee Scott on The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in 1993 and 1994 U.S. Attorney Brit Featherston and the Department of Justice announced the arrests of St John and 17 other people for conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a press release.St John - whose birth name is Jason Lawrence Geige - has allegedly been arrested over abusing COVID relief small business loans.According to the site, the indictment alleges St John was part of a scheme to defraud the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program.The program was built to aid small businesses affected by COVID.The actor allegedly obtained a total of 16 loans which came to the amount of$3.5 million.But he was not the ringleader.Michael Hill is alleged to have brought in St John and several others to

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Austin St John of the 1990s hit TV series Might Morphin Power Rangers was arrested at his luxury home in Texas this week.According to TMZ,the 47-year-old actor - who played Red Ranger Jason Lee Scott on the show - was handcuffed and arrested after federal agents showed up at his homein the upscale neighborhood of McKinney holding AR-15 guns.It was added that the agents 'raided' his residence.St John was allegedly charged with wire fraud in a very large federal criminal case about COVID relief loans for small businesses, it was claimed, with the actor being accused of scamming the government out of $3.5 million.If convicted he could go to prison for a maximum of 20 years.He was arrested along with 17 other people in what was a very large and organized scam. No peace now:Austin St John of the 1990s hit TV series Power Rangers was reportedly arrested at his home in Texas this week.
DALLAS - The North Texas man who once played the Red Power Ranger on the iconic 1990s television show was among 18 people arrested in a federal Paycheck Protection Program fraud case.Jason Geiger, who goes by the name Austin St. John, was one of 18 people indicted Thursday on charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.According to federal prosecutors, the McKinney actor and others from both North Texas and Florida "executed a scheme to defraud lenders and the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program" out of millions of dollars.They include 14 North Texans:RELATED: Coppell man admits using fraudulent PPP loans to buy luxury cars, homesSt.

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