Military contractors convicted of $2 million insurance, tax fraud scheme

Elroy Mariano

Military contractors convicted of $2 million insurance, tax fraud scheme Contractors were hired for work at Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County Updated: 4:26 PM PDT Sep 11, 2020 Two military contractors were convicted of $2 million in insurance and tax fraud scheme, according to the Monterey County District Attorney. […]

Military contractors convicted of $2 million insurance, tax fraud scheme

Contractors were hired for work at Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County


Two military contractors were convicted of $2 million in insurance and tax fraud scheme, according to the Monterey County District Attorney. Selina Singh, 57, and Kabir Singh, 30, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and related felonies. They face a maximum prison sentence of 11 years and 6 months, according to the DA’s office. In April 2016, the defendant owned two military subcontractor companies – Bara Infoware, Inc. and Federal Solutions Group, Inc. The companies did business out of San Ramon, California. Each of those companies had construction contracts involving facilities at Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County.When an employee was injured on the job Kabir told them to tell accident investigators it didn’t happen at work. Kabir later admitted that they did not have workers’ compensation insurance. “In the ensuing investigation, the MCDA investigators learned that the Defendants, over a seven-year period, had routinely lied to their insurance carriers and the State of California about the true amount of their payroll,” said John F. Hubanks, Deputy District Attorney, in a press statement.

Two military contractors were convicted of $2 million in insurance and tax fraud scheme, according to the Monterey County District Attorney.

Selina Singh, 57, and Kabir Singh, 30, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and related felonies. They face a maximum prison sentence of 11 years and 6 months, according to the DA’s office.

In April 2016, the defendant owned two military subcontractor companies – Bara Infoware, Inc. and Federal Solutions Group, Inc. The companies did business out of San Ramon, California. Each of those companies had construction contracts involving facilities at Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County.

When an employee was injured on the job Kabir told them to tell accident investigators it didn’t happen at work. Kabir later admitted that they did not have workers’ compensation insurance.

“In the ensuing investigation, the MCDA investigators learned that the Defendants, over a seven-year period, had routinely lied to their insurance carriers and the State of California about the true amount of their payroll,” said John F. Hubanks, Deputy District Attorney, in a press statement.

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