2 Mississippi businessmen indicted in pandemic fraud case

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Two Mississippi businessmen, including one who served on the governor’s economic recovery advisory commission, have been indicted on charges connected to the fraudulent receipt of more than $2 million in pandemic relief money, www.facebook.com/solitaryisle/shop prosecutors said Friday. A federal grand jury in Oxford issued indictments Wednesday of Columbus residents Jabari Ogbanna…