Gregory Naylor, political consultant and former aide to Representative Chaka Fattah, pled guilty to making false statements to federal agents and misprision of a felony in connection with two campaign finance-related schemes.
Jeffrey Lavelle, owner and operator of J. L. Manufacturing, pled guilty to multiple counts of mail and wire fraud in connection with a bribery/kickback scheme involving military aircraft parts.
US Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced a four-count indictment and the arrest of Robert Earl Carter, owner/CEO of Enterprise Advisory Services Inc., for willfully making false statements on his personal tax returns.
US Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III announced the indictments of Mahmoud Aldissi, a/k/a “Matt,”(62) and Anastassia Bogomolova, a/k/a “Anastasia,” (51), both of Pinellas County, Florida for conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, aggravated identity theft, and falsification of records in connection with obtaining approximately $10 million in federal funds for research.
William Boozer, owner and operator of Boeing sub-contractor Globe Dynamics International, Inc., pled guilty to wire fraud in connection with a bribery/kickback scheme involving military aircraft parts.
US Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced the indictments of Abdelhak Bensaoula, Ph.D., 57, and David Starikov, Ph.D., 58, both of Houston for wire fraud and making false statements in connection with obtaining approximately $1.3 million in federal funds for research.
Michael Brian Dunkel, of Merritt Island, Florida was sentenced in the Eastern District of Virginia to 60 months in prison for fraudulently obtaining more than $4.4 million in government contracts intended for disadvantaged small businesses.
Edward J. Mango, former program manager for NASA's Commercial Crew Program pled guilty to one count of conflict of interest, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 208(a) for participating in acts affecting his personal financial interests while serving as an employee of the executive branch of the Government.
US Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced the indictment against Lauri Love, 28, of Stradishall, England for breaching thousands of computer systems in the United States and elsewhere – including the computer networks of the U.S. Army, U.S. Missile Defense Agency, Environmental Protection Agency and National Aeronautics and Space Administration to steal massive quantities of confidential data.
Deon Anderson, a former procurement officer for the Boeing Company and three sub-contractors were indicted on multiple counts of mail and wire fraud in connection with a bribery/kickback scheme involving Boeing military aircraft parts.