Shaun Brown said in July that they run intends to again in 2018 for a U.S. house seat in Virginia, after he was defeated in the year 2016.
A Democrat running for U.S. house seat in Virginia, was arraigned on charges of fraud, embezzlement and theft in connection with incidents that allegedly occurred in 2012.
Shaun Brown, 58, appeared in a Norfolk courtroom in the past week, and any failure denied behavior in the daily press of Newport News, Va., reported. She said she wants to be to fight the charges and relieved, the report said.
Brown is next scheduled to appear in court. Jan. 12 and plead not guilty, her attorney, James Ellenson, said the daily press.
BREAKING: A federal grand jury indicted the Congress-candidate Shaun Brown, Hampton, on charges of fraud and theft of government property https://t.co/hILaFUDqao pic.twitter.com/kyTaCtenP7
— Daily Press (@Daily_Press) December 20, 2017
Prosecutors said Brown received about $803,000 on your nonprofit organization as a participant in a U.S. Department of Agriculture’s summer Food Service program.
They claimed that Brown acquired funds by filing false refund claims with the Virginia Department of Health.
Prosecutors said Brown and others told employees to inflate the figures for the number of meals for low-income children and the Association would like to the bag, the remuneration extra, reported the Washington Post.
According to the Daily press, brown irregularities confirmed that the programme had had “” that she hoped to see resolved.
“I want the irregularities fixed,” she said. “I want to see to improve the program.”
Earlier in December, Brown filed a lawsuit against the US filed-Department of agriculture, the Virginia Department of Health and others, for alleged discrimination against African-American, late payments, falsified refunds and recoveries reported in the daily press.
You and your mother, Jenever Brown, who co-founded the non-Profit in search of $10 million in damage, the report said.
In 2016, Brown ran against U.S. Rep. Scott W. Taylor, a Republican, in Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District seat and lost 23 points, reported the Washington Post.
In July, Brown the Virginian-Pilot said that you want to run for the seat again in 2018.