Federal prosecutors on Thursday made public the identities of two indicted Oklahoma City convenience store owners.
Muluneh Zeleke, 54, is accused in one indictment of cheating the food stamp program out of $1,224,888. He was identified as the owner of Z&Z Convenience Store at 2445 N Martin Luther King Ave.
Muhammad Zahid, 28, of Edmond, is accused in a separate indictment of cheating the food stamp program out of $652,614. He was identified as the owner of Ghani Mart at 2719 NE 23.
Others who were arrested from the sting operation could face felony charges in Oklahoma County District Court, officials said.
Most of their names and the stores involved were disclosed Friday in arrest records.
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Food stamp sting
The names and stores included in the sting, according to the records, are: