BALTIMORE, Md. -- Federal prosecutors here charged a former supermarket operator with running an alleged coupon scam they claim netted him $2.5 million in illegal redemptions. Jack Millman, 73, the former president and majority stockholder of the Baltimore-area Farm Fresh chain, which is not related to the Farm Fresh chain operated by Virginia-based Richfood Holdings, was charged last week with two counts each of mail fraud, wire fraud and interstate transportation of stolen property, ...

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