A father and son are facing multiple fraud charges stemming from obtaining a CARES ACT loan with a stolen identity.
On February 24, ECSO Economic Crimes Investigator Greg Goult rearrested 19-year-old Antonio Raychouni Slocum Jr. along with his father, 34-year-old Antonio Raychouni Slocum Sr., for fraud-related crimes.
Investigator Goult along with the other members of the ECSO Economic Crimes Unit have been investigating the father/son duo since Slocum Jr. was arrested in December of 2020. Slocum Jr. was arrested with his mother Megan Slocum for their involvement in a scheme to defraud Navy Federal. Slocum Jr. and Slocum Sr.’s most recent charges are related to obtaining a CARES ACT loan from the Small Business Administration by using another individual’s stolen identity; Slocum Sr.’s younger brother, Ari’obasi Jenkins, was also charged with back in December.
Antonio Slocum Jr. is charged with fraud and swindle of $50,000 or more, fraud-use ID of another without consent of $50,000 or more, fraud-money laundering $20,000 less than $100,000, and fraud-illegal use of a credit card.
Antonio Slocum Sr. is charged with fraud and swindle of $50,000 or more, fraud-use ID of another without consent of $50,000 or more, fraud-money laundering $20,000 less than $100,000, and fraud-uttering a false instrument.
The father/son team remains in the Escambia County Jail with no bond. This is an ongoing investigation, more arrests are expected to be made… WKRG5 News