Reditus Labs CEO Aaron Rossi pleads not guilty to federal tax, mail fraud charges
Reditus Labs CEO Aaron Rossi is pleading not guilty to federal tax and mail fraud charges.
The Bloomington man who co-founded the Pekin company that made millions processing COVID-19 tests made his plea Thursday in a court appearance.
Rossi was indicted in March for filing false tax returns under reporting his income to the Internal Revenue Service for the calendar years 2015, 2016, and 2017.
Rossi is set to appear in court again on Aug. 23 for a pre-trial conference. His trial is scheduled to begin Sept. 26 in Davenport, Iowa.
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