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(Portland, OR)  --  A Portland man has been indicted for allegedly running a COVID-19 relief fraud scheme.  Court records show 29-year-old Eric Lysne is accused of claiming to own a fake company that employed ten people.  He got a 147-thousand-dollar Economic Injury Disaster Loan through the Small Business Administration.  He also got a 27-thousand-dollar Paycheck Protection Program loan through a bank.  Lysne pleaded not guilty.  His trial is set for July 27th.

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