A Hosford man is facing fraud charges following an investigation by the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation. Chris J. Rosier, 52, has been charged with unemployment compensation fraud after allegedly claiming he wasn’t working during a six month period when he actually was employed. Rosier allegedly earned $12,458 during a time when he said he had zero earnings and was accepting unemployment compensation. Rosier was taken into custody Aug. 16.Watch for more details in Wednesday’s print edition of The County Record.
NEWS ALERT – Unemployment Comp Fraud Arrest
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