Ohio businessman and convicted sex offender Edward Frost was arrested Friday for passing a $2.5 million bad check. Frost pledged $500,000 to the Cardinal schools in an attempt to secure naming rights to the district’s proposed athletic complex.
The arrest led to Ohio police and the FBI charging Frost and six others with engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, aggravated theft, receiving stolen property, passing bad checks and bribery. The others arrested are Muhammed Ashkanani, Pearl Ashkanani, Hussein Ashkanani, Jasim Ashkanani, Ali Ashkanani, and Martha Lovejoy. The investigation centers on a multi-million dollar money-laundering scheme at MPA Liquidations in Ravenna, Ohio.
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