Brothers Accused Of Price Gouging Medical Supplies Face State Probe

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Two brothers accused of profiting off of coronavirus fears by buying up thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer and medical masks to resell at inflated prices have been ordered to halt operations amid an investigation by the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office.

Matt Colvin and Noah Colvin of Hixson, Tennessee, were served a complaint from the AG’s office on Saturday shortly after they showed off their incredible stash of goods to media outlets.

“I saw a demand, that’s what I have to say about that,” Matt Colvin told Chattanooga station WRCB-TV of his inventory, which he said he collected while driving around to stores in Tennessee and Kentucky. Continue Reading