On June 1, 2009, [REDACTED] reports that she mistakenly got on the wrong train at the [REDACTED] in [REDACTED]. [REDACTED] had purchased a ticket for the [REDACTED] Transit train to go to [REDACTED].
[REDACTED] reported that in 2001, Amtrak ordered switchboard equipment from Potomac Testing Incorporated (PTI) and Amtrak has never received that equipment. The equipment cost over $66,000.
The Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Investigations (OI) received an allegation that [REDACTED] has been using an Amtrak vehicle to transport Amtrak materials to use at his auto shop business, [REDACTED] auto repair.
An initial complaint was received from Systems Operations, CNOC, regarding sensitive Amtrak information on train movement being posted on railfan websites. The investigation revealed that an individual by the name of [REDACTED] operates a Yahoo group web site All Aboard (AA).
The Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Investigations (OI) received an anonymous allegation from the OIG website hotline. The anonymous source alleged that [REDACTED] and [REDACTED], Electric Train (E.T.) Management, in the Philadelphia office are creating jobs and appointing relatives to these jobs.
On December 22, 2009, the OIG received a complaint that [REDACTED] was circumventing Amtrak policies and procedures using AT "training funds" to pay for his PhD. [REDACTED] was said to have submitted expense reports for his "PhD classes" through e-trax.
Senior Special Agent [REDACTED] U.S. Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Investigations (OI), requested OI's assistance in his case involving [REDACTED].
During Lead Service Attendant ("LSA") packet reviews by the Office of Inspector General ("OIG"), Office of Investigations ("OI"), it was determined that packets belonging to [REDACTED], former LSA, had contained under reported sales amounts. The packets had been processed by the Train Provision Management System ("TPMS") Clerks who had previously been implicated in activities designed to retain Amtrak funds for personal gain.
On February 18, 2007, Office of Inspector General ("OIG"), Office of Investigations ("OI"), Agents received information from [REDACTED] and [REDACTED], regarding Operation Red Block ("ORB") missing funds. The e-mail indicated that during their audit, [REDACTED] had written 35 ORB checks to herself totalling $9,114.36 and that an additional 34 checks were also issued to [REDACTED].
Anonymous source alleges that [REDACTED] are allowing employees to engage in wasteful work time activities. A picture of a motorcycle with training wheels attached was circulated in the Wilmington Production Shop area.