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Former Chick-Fil-A Director Admits to Mortgage Fraud

An ex-supervisor for Chick-Fil-A has pleaded guilty to charges based on a scheme that involved bilking $492,000 from the business and forging payroll records for a mortgage loan, according to prosecutors. So reports the Associated Press.

Chic fil aLarry James Black Jr., who was director of hospitality at a Birmingham, Ala., restaurant, pleaded guilty to bank fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud, the U.S. attorney’s office announced.

His co-defendant, former store manager Joshua Daniel Powell, pleaded guilty in June to conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

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