Collegeville Man Found Guilty for Scheme to Sell Fraudulent Canine Cancer-Curing Drugs to Pet Owners
The defendant promised to restore the health of terminally ill dogs and defrauded 900 pet owners of nearly one million dollars altogether
PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that Jonathan Nyce, 73, of Collegeville, PA, was convicted by a federal jury of wire fraud and the interstate shipment of misbranded animal drugs. The charges arise from a years-long scheme to defraud pet owners of money by falsely claiming to sell canine cancer-curing drugs.
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