Caston Love, Mohansingh Boparai, Awarjeet Boparai and Amandeep Singh
State undercover agents busted four men from three area businesses willing to trade cash for WIC vouchers.
By H. Nelson Goodson
October 18, 2014
Milwaukee, WI - The Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office charged four local men with WIC voucher fraud. The suspects are charged with multiple counts to trade cash for Woman, Infants and Children (WIC) program vouchers. The suspects paid less than half their value and then collected the full amount from the state.
The suspects, Awarjeet Boparai and Mohansingh Boparai, 42, who operate the Center Street Food Mart, 4630 W. Center Street. Both Boparai's are each facing three felony counts of fraud for providing cash for WIC vouchers. Mohansingh is being held without bail and will make a court hearing appearance on October 29 for a preliminary hearing.
Amandeep Singh, 26, from Big Jim's Liquor Store, 2161 W. Hopkins Street was charged with six felony counts of fraud for providing cash for WIC vouchers. He is out on bond with a $250 signature bond and is expected to appear at a preliminary hearing on October 29.
Caston Love, 53, from Deep Pantry ll, 2450 W. Burleigh St. Love is facing six felony counts of fraud for providing cash for WIC vouchers. He remains in custody on a warrant. Love has an initial court appearance on October 18.