Mark Allen Miller pleaded guilty alongside one other man to conspiracy to commit security fraud in U.S. District Court.
He's accused of making 'false promises' to provide and install solar panels.
The 47-year-old pleaded guilty in federal court.
The 34-year-old from Duluth is awaiting sentencing.
The 34-year-old was sentenced to 84 months in prison.
The explosion happened in Montgomery in 2018.
The schools closed in 2016, and filed for bankruptcy in 2019.
The 70-year-old is accused of misappropriating funds.
Despite not actually owning a business at all, the man received $1.2 million in loans through the Paycheck Protection Program
Collectively, they're charged with 46 counts of felony theft.
The woman has a history of fraudulent activity.
Harald Schumacher allegedly misappropriated nearly $500,000 in commissions owed to travel agents he worked with.
The Annandale pair bilked an insurance company out of more than $300,000.
The money was allegedly stolen over a four-year period.
He applied for the loans for a business that had been shut down in 2018.
Peter Dahl used bank funds to pay his own personal debts.
Fraudsters have been stealing personal information to file for unemployment as someone else.
All of the devices at the Lunds & Byerlys were found Feb. 7.
The St. Paul pair failed to pay more than $50,000 in sales tax.
The 37-year-old was involved in a scheme that defrauded insurance companies.
The construction company intentionally categorized employees as contractors.
The scheme lasted from 2012 to 2019.
The heroic rescue happened on March 21, 2018.