Macon chamber chairman, colleague face fraud charges
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A grand jury has charged the owners of a company who did business with the Bibb County School District with fraud.
Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce Chairman Isaac Culver, his colleague Dave Carty, and their business Progressive Consulting Technologies sold 15,000 Ncomputing devices to the district in 2012.
The computers are still sitting unused in a warehouse.
The indictment alleges Carty and Culver knew they were charging too much for the devices, among other allegations.
Culver and Carty face a maximum 20 years in prison and possibly millions of dollars in fines.