On December 4, 2008, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ICE announced the indictment of two managers of an agricultural conglomerate based in Waipahu, Hawaii. David Kato and Glen Kelley McCaig were indicted on a variety of federal charges, including aiding and abetting visa fraud, employment eligibility fraud, abetting the misrepresentation of a Social Security number, and providing false statements to federal investigators. Both worked at The Farms, a Waipahu apartment complex where ICE agents arrested 43 undocumented workers on administrative immigration violations last July. Subsequently, 23 of the undocumented workers were charged with employment fraud. Mr. Kato has been charged with six felony counts and Mr. McCaig with 16. If convicted of all the charges, Mr. Kato faces up to 45 years in prison and a $1.5 million fine, while Mr. McCaig faces 100 years in prison and a $4 million fine.