ASSISTANT PASSENGER CONDUCTOR FIRED FOR USING STOLEN IDENTIFICATION TO GAIN EMPLOYMENT
An Assistant Passenger Conductor based in Washington, D.C., was terminated from employment on May 27, 2020, after our investigation revealed that he had gained employment at the company by using fraudulent forms of identification. During his employment with the company, the employee was arrested and convicted for several felonies and misdemeanors. On several occasions, he inappropriately used leave granted under the Family Medical Leave Act, including one occasion while he was under home confinement wearing an ankle GPS tracker. He is currently serving a 10-month prison sentence for violating federal probation.