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The Inspector General attended the China/United States Aviation Symposium in Beijing, April 2-9, where he spoke about the condition of the U.S.
Jose F. Guasch received a 13-month prison term from a U.S. District Court judge in Ocala, FL, for making and using forged documents to get a job as a flight instructor.
California truckers Jose Antonio Adame and Juan Carlos Landaverde, were indicted by a federal grand jury in Los Angeles for conspiracy and for illegally transporting hazardous materials without the required vehicular placarding.
We issued an audit report on DOT’s progress in managing its rulemaking process and meeting its deadlines. The audit follows up on our March 2004 report, requested by Representative James L.
Frank Catanzarite, a former terminal supervisor for Watkins Motor Lines, Inc., Lyons, IL, was sentenced in U.S.
We released our annual report on the top management challenges facing the Department, as required by law.
Lance Zane Ricotta, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in San Diego to one month in prison, three months home detention, three years supervised release, and $185,000 in restitution for falsifying aircraft engine logbooks.
Robert and Rose Vyhnalek, joint owners of R.J. Vyhnalek Trucking of Wilber, NE and Richard Crawford, a Vyhnalek driver, were indicted by a federal grand jury in Omaha, NE for conspiracy and making false statements.
Kenneth J. Wagner, of Plymouth, MA, pled guilty on the day that trial was scheduled to begin on a felony charge of making false statements on a 2001 FAA Airmen’s Medical Certificate Application.
Terrance E. Haley, a former third-party CDL examiner for the state of Georgia, was sentenced by a U.S.