Investigations Press Release
For Immediate Release
March 23, 2023
An Amtrak electrical journeyman, based in Washington, D.C., signed a civil settlement agreement on March 23, 2023, with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Florida, and agreed to pay $23,360 in restitution and a $5,640 penalty.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2023-329 | 03/23/2023
Michael Devine, a former Fire, Life and Safety Assistant Supervisor based in New York, was found guilty on March 15, 2023, of one count of Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree after a three-day bench trial in the Supreme Court of the State of New Yo
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2023-327 | 03/15/2023
A Labor Relations Specialist, based in Washington, D.C., violated policies when she shared access to folders and files on her company OneDrive account with her personal Gmail account.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2023-326 | 03/03/2023
An Amtrak Maintenance of Way Equipment Repairman, based in Rensselaer, New York, violated company policy by regularly disabling the Lytx camera in his company-owned vehicle by replacing a functioning fuse in the camera with a blown one.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2023-325 | 03/01/2023
Johnathan Pena, a medical marketer based in Los Angeles, California, was sentenced on February 27, 2023, to time served and three years’ probation for conspiracy to commit health care fraud and honest services mail fraud, as well as a violation of
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2023-316 | 02/27/2023