(CBS DETROIT) – Four Metro Detroiters are accused of trying to take much-needed COVID-19 relief money.

According to the Department of Justice, Antonio George, 45, of Novi; Kevin Womble, 37, of Detroit; Andrae Sims, 43, of Farmington Hills; and Sarah Vidal, 31, of Novi; are facing the charges.

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The Department of Justice says these four attempted to mislead and take money involving more than $4 million in COVID-19 relief funds.

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Those funds were part of a program to help struggling businesses.

If convicted, they face up to 20 years in prison.

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