Rindge man accused of swindling investors of millions to plead guilty to tax evasion

More than two years after an alleged Ponzi scheme came to light in Rindge, the man accused of defrauding friends and family of nearly $28 million plans to plead guilty to tax evasion. Aaron E. Olson of Rindge doesn't dispute prosecutors' allegations that he swindled investors of $27.8 million, and diverted $2.6 million of that money for his own personal use, according to a plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court in Concord.


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