Owner Of Vehicle Maintenance And Repair Companies Convicted Of Bribery And Tax Fraud

Press Release – December 20, 2018 Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that IBRAHIM ISSA, a/k/a “Tony Issa,” was found guilty yesterday of bribery of public officials and tax fraud. A unanimous jury convicted ISSA after a two-week trial before Chief United States District Judge Colleen…

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D.C. post office allegedly doubled as weed distribution center

By Rachel Weiner – August 18, 2016 The acting manager of two D.C. post offices and two of his employees took bribes in exchange for illegally delivering packages of marijuana, according to an indictment filed Thursday in D.C. federal court. Deenvaughn Rowe is charged, along with letter carriers Kendra Brantley and Alicia Norman, with bribery…

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Auto shop owner charged with bribing USPS official in exchange for government contract

By Eric Heisig – May 8, 2015 CLEVELAND, Ohio — The owner of a Cleveland auto repair shop was charged Friday with giving thousands of dollars in bribes to a then-U.S. Postal Service official in exchange for receiving a government contract. Andrew Maloney Jr., 37, of Bedford Heights, is accused of bribing Kevin Hood, who…

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USPS facilities manager sent to federal prison for accepting nearly $1 million in bribes

BRIDGEPORT — As the facilities project manager for the U.S. Postal Service, Robert Giulietti recommended contractors, approved bids and authorized payments. He also lined his pockets with nearly $1 million in bribes and USPS contracts he funneled to MGC, LLC, a company he created. On Friday, Giulietti’s actions landed him in federal prison for 42…

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4 indicted in bribery scheme involving USPS maintenance contracts

Prosecutors: 2 Postal Service station managers part of scheme BALTIMORE —Four people, including two U.S. Postal Service station managers, have been indicted in connection with a bribery scheme to get money from the USPS. Richard Wright III, 46; Kimberly Parnell, 43; Shane Anderson, 37; all of Baltimore, and Ladena Sketers-Anderson, 47, of Randallstown, were indicted…

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