(Portland, OR) -- A woman with a long history of convictions has been sentenced to six months in prison for making fraudulent applications for COVID-19 small business loans. Federal prosecutors in Portland say 35-year-old Tiarre Chaney was previously convicted twice for tax fraud. In 2021, she was on supervised release when she applied for two Economic Injury Disaster Loans for a sham company called Tncw Baked Goods. She claimed the company did 45-thousand dollars in business in 2020, when it had done no business. Chaney was sentenced to six months in federal prison and two years of supervised release.