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Jada Ja’Nai Mozie Biography
Who is Jada Ja’Nai Mozie?
A Broward Sheriff’s Office employee, who was working as a detention technician, was arrested after an investigation revealed multiple instances of fraud, according to BSO.
Investigators with the BSO Public Corruption Unit arrested Jada Ja’Nai Mozie, 28, of Fort Lauderdale on Thursday. After an investigation, it was discovered that she took out more than $20,000 in loans as part of the Paycheck Protection Program, according to detectives. He also reportedly paid $200 to obtain a fraudulent social security number to apply for a credit card. There were also multiple other cases of fraud, according to a BSO report.
She faces three counts of scheme to defraud a financial institution and two counts of pronouncing a forged instrument.
According to investigators, on March 21, 2021, Mozie used an inflated income amount and false business information to apply for the PPP loan. Detectives found no record of Mozie owning or operating a business in 2019, as she claimed in her application.
She was approved for the loan and received $20,832 which was deposited into her bank account.
In another case, investigators said Mozie provided false business and income information on Aug. 7, 2021, when she applied for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL). Detectives said she was denied EIDL, but she received $15,000 in grant money based on business information she provided.
On July 31, 2021, Mozie applied for a credit card with a social security number that detectives traced to a Miami-Dade County resident.
On September 22, 2021, the BSO Human Resources Department became suspicious when they were contacted to verify employment and income for Mozie, who was applying for an apartment lease. When Human Resources representatives received the applicant’s Mozie pay stub, they discovered that she had been doctored with an inflated income.
During their investigation, detectives determined on September 25, 2021 and September 28, 2021, when Mozie applied for leases for two separate apartment rentals, she used pay stubs, bank statements and employment verification forms. fraudulent.
She had worked with the Broward Sheriff’s Office since 2016.
The detention technician job description in a BSO bulletin states, in part, the duties:
Under general supervision, the purpose of this position is to perform security work within the Department of Detention. The job is to control access to and within the Broward County Sheriff’s Office detention facility/housing unit.