Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Postage Fraud
A Piney Flats man is facing federal charges after prosecutors claim he used more than 200-thousand dollars in counterfeit postage during a two-year period. Jason Matthew Smalling owned and operated a home business that created and sold vinyl decals. He is accused of using his computer to manipulate legitimate looking postage without ever paying for it, then mailing the materials from the Bluff City post office. Smalling is expected to plead guilty to these charges. Prosecutors say that Smalling also used copyrighted material without permission. He used several sports team logos to print onto his decals. Federal agents seized more than 26-thousand dollars at the time of his arrest. (CC)

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