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On April 15, two days into a jury trial, John Henry Ford, owner/mechanic of Raco Helicopters Corp., based at Monmouth County NJ Airport, Farmingdale, NJ, pled guilty in U.S.
Two Officials of California Aircraft Parts Brokerage Firm Sentenced to Combined 22 Years in Jail and Ordered to Pay Nearly $5.5 Million in Case Involving Substitution of Flight-Critical Parts
On November 28, Amanullah J. Khan, former owner/operator of United Aircraft & Electronics, Inc. (UAE), Anaheim, CA, was sentenced in U.S.
During the week of August 15th, two former aircraft mechanics were sentenced in an ongoing investigation involving contract employees of Triad International Maintenance Corporation (TIMCO), an FAA-certificated repair station in Greensboro, NC.
Second Manager for Michigan Aircraft Parts Manufacturing Company Pleads Guilty in Case Involving Nonconforming Parts for Military Aircraft
On July 25, Barbara McCoy, a former quality assurance manager for Anco-Tech, Inc. (ANCO), Dearborn Heights, MI, pled guilty in U.S.
Manager of Michigan Aircraft Parts Manufacturing Company Pleads Guilty in Case Involving Nonconforming Parts for Military Aircraft
On June 27, Elaine Slomsky of Livonia, MI, a former Quality Assurance Manager for Anco–Tech, Inc. (ANCO), Dearborn Heights, MI, pled guilty in U. S.
During the week of June 27, two former employees of Triad International Maintenance Corporation (TIMCO) were sentenced in U. S. District Court in Greensboro, NC on charges related to immigration document falsification.
On July 25, John Seymour, former director of Missoula International Airport was sentenced in Missoula District Court to ten years prison in Montana State Prison for embezzling $654,000 in airport funds.
Additional Guilty Pleas to False Documentation Charges in Case of Undocumented Aliens Employed by FAA Repair Station
On May 3 and 4, Alvin F. Cruz, Edwin A. Alarcon-Diaz, and Jorge L. Leiva-Lopez each pled guilty to making false statements for possessing or representing altered or fraudulent social security numbers.
Defendants charged with lying to the Federal Aviation Administration about disqualifying medical conditions and criminal histories in order to obtain pilot's licenses
Pennsylvania Company Owner Found Guilty in Philadelphia Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Fraud Scheme
On June 14, following a seven-week trial in Philadelphia, PA, Shamsud-din Ali, owner of Keystone Information and Financial Services (KIFS), was found guilty on multiple counts of racketeering and fraud related to a cellular phone tower concession