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Two Burbank brothers face an “ever after” sentence of up to 600 years in prison if they are found guilty of defrauding at least $300,000 from a workers’ compensation program for injured post office workers.

Roland “George” Aghajanyan, 28, and Roman “Mike” Aghajanyan, 27, pled not guilty to wire fraud charges in a 30-count indictment on November 15. The two are charged with submitting bills for transporting injured Postal Service employees to non-existent medical appointments.

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