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James Garcia, a Yellow Cab driver in Chicago, IL, was ordered by a U.S. District Court judge in Chicago to pay $27,000 in restitution for taking part in a conspiracy to defraud the Chicago Transit Authority.
Based on an FAA audit of security screeners at Dulles International Airport, OIG initiated an investigation in July 2001.
A man, whose name was withheld for security reasons, was arrested in Dallas, TX, because he had multiple passports and Social Security numbers, a fake pilot's license, and a fraudulent airmen's medical certificate in a flight bag.
Truck driver Gary Rasmussen was sentenced in U.S. District Court in San Diego, CA to 5 months in jail for hauling and dumping hazardous materials without permits.
MHI, Inc. the corporate owner of Lauderdale Yacht Basin in Fort Lauderdale, FL pled guilty and was sentenced in U.S. District Court to charges of transporting hazardous waste without a permit.
Valerie Enrique of Pembroke Pines, FL, and Airbags Express, Inc. of Davie, FL were sentenced in U.S. District Court in Miami as a result of the January conviction on charges of illegally transporting hazardous materials by air.
Roy E. Clennin, owner of Clennin Ranch Trucking (CRT), pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Pueblo, CO to unlawful possession of firearms and to falsifying driver logbooks.
Neil C. Bentley, vice president of Bentley & Associates LLC in Huntsville, AL was placed in a pretrial diversion program for violating federal laws governing the transportation of hazardous material.
Frank Curtis Cherry, Jr. and his son, Frank Curtis Cherry, III were ordered jailed for their role in making defective rotor blades, causing a helicopter crash resulting in the deaths of the pilot and sole passenger.
James Ian Stanley Innes pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City, UT, to charges of making a false statement to the FAA. On July 11, 1996, two passengers hired Innes to fly them from Salt Lake City to Manila, UT.