Easley CEO indicted

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

SCRANTON, Pa. — An Easley man and renewable energy company CEO was indicted by a federal grand jury in Pennsylvania last week after being accused of fraudulently convincing people to invest more than $1 million in his company.

James Abrams, 39, was indicted May 17 on charges of wire and mail fraud, identity theft, money laundering, unlawful transactions, obstruction of justice and false statements, according to John C. Gurganus, United States Attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

The indictment alleges that Abrams, the owner and CEO of renewable energy company EthosGen LLC, provided forged documents and false information to

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