Carolina businessman charged for FEMA trailer fraud
Published: February 15,2011
GULFPORT — A March 28 trial date has been set for a North Carolina businessman who contracted with FEMA to set up travel trailers in South Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina.
Clarence Bundy Morrison IV of Fayetteville, N.C., is charged with conspiring to defraud FEMA.
The charges against the Morrison include wire fraud, and false statements and claims.
The indictment alleges Morrison gave false information to get a contract to block, level and anchor travel trailers.
Morrison was arrested May 28 and taken before a judge in Raleigh, N.C. He was released pending a hearing in Gulfport.
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