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On Aug 5, Kenneth Wayne Leaming (a/k/a Keny Wayne), of Spanaway, WA, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Tacoma, WA to 31 days jail time served and fined $1,000 for flying an airplane without a valid airman certificate.
On May 13, Douglas Lee Pavelka was sentenced in U.S.
Douglas Lee Pavelka pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Dayton, OH to a criminal charge of falsifying FAA an ‘Instructor’s Recommendation’ which indicated that his Flight Instructor Certificate was valid.
Aircraft Mechanic Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements on Application for FAA Mechanic’s Certificate
On May 2, Hugo A. Obregon pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Greensboro, NC to a felony charge of making false statements on an application for Airframe Mechanic’s Certificate.
Former FAA Air Traffic Controller Pleads Guilty for False Statements on Airman Medical Certification Application
Paul D. Beall, a former FAA air traffic controller at Philadelphia International Airport, pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia to making false statements on five applications for his Airman Medical Certificate.
North Carolina Man Sentenced to Jail for Falsifying Application for Student Pilot License and Airman Medical Certificate
Tony O. Cox, of Burlington, NC, was sentenced in U.S.
NEWARK - Breeze-Eastern, a Union, New Jersey company that manufactures, overhauls and repairs helicopter hoists and hooks, has agreed to pay the government more than $1 million to settle allegations that it made false certifications to the United
On May 23, Paul D. Beall, a former Air Traffic Control Specialist was sentenced in U.S.
Undocumented Alien Formerly Working as an Aircraft Mechanic at an FAA-Certificated Repair Station Sentenced and to be Deported
On August 25, Jorge L. Leiva-Lopez, a former employee of Triad International Maintenance Corporation (TIMCO), was sentenced in U.S.
Demolition Company and Executive Plead Guilty in Bribery Case Involving Falsified DBE Certification affecting $228,000 in DOT-funded Subcontracts
On October 14, Philly-Wide Interiors, Inc. (PWI) and its owner, Daniel Pellicciotti, pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia to bribery of a public official.