An Amboy couple, both aged 49, is accused of wrongfully obtaining public assistance and theft after Blue Earth County Human Services officials say Michael and Vivian Rosillo failed to list a business they own on their application.

Investigators say the couple owns Georgia Spice and the Mexican Bandit – a marketing and consulting firm — and a store called Second Hand Treasures but failed to list them, and the criminal complaint shows the Rosillo’s also own a trailer home in St. James that they didn’t document.

Officials say Michael and Vivian Rosillo received over $19,000.00 in assistance that they were not eligible to receive.