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EAR Construction Services was established by Rosario in October 2016, according to the affidavit.
The business address listed is a single-family home on southwest Citation Avenue in Port St. Rosario told detectives that Hernandez helped him incorporate the business and obtain the insurance policy, the affidavit states.
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The men will be tried at the Indian River County Courthouse but no trial date has been set.
Authorities believe the men’s activities are evidence that a popular South Florida fraud and money laundering racket has now made its way to the Treasure Coast – a scheme that exposes the dark underbelly of the construction industry.
Because these subcontractors are not paying workers comp and liability insurance, they are able to win jobs by submitting much lower bids than legitimate subcontractors.
Similar schemes have successfully been identified and dismantled in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Lee and Orange counties, Wolfkill tells the court.
He worked alongside a detective with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office Strategic Investigations Money Laundering Task Force. The amount far exceeded the payroll that would have been anticipated based on its workers’ compensation policy, which named just one worker, the affidavit states.
Detectives allege the 3,000 they found in the Corona box was obtained illegally through a shell business established to defraud workers’ compensation insurance providers and conceal illicit funds.
In an affidavit to the court, Robert Wolfkill, a detective with the Florida Department of Financial Services, explains the scheme.
Both men have pled “not guilty” and requested a jury trial.
They face maximum penalties of 30 years if convicted.