Four men have been charged with using false identities to apply for student loans in programs in which they were not truly enrolled or eligible to enroll in, The Herald-News reported. They sought a total of $240,000 in loans based on false claims of being students either at Joliet Junior College, Harper College or Elgin Community College, authorities said.
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