Former Construction Exec. Gets 2 Years for Defrauding Feds

A former construction company executive has been sentenced to two years behind bars for defrauding the federal government in connection with a $1.5 million roofing and air conditioning contract at a federal courthouse in Jackson, Tennessee.

M. Cleve Collins, 54, of Memphis, Tennessee, was sentenced Sept. 4 for one count of major fraud against the U.S., a crime for which he has also been ordered to pay $517,750 in restitution. Collins, once the chief operating officer of Don Brady Construction Inc., repeatedly told the government his…

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