UPS employee, contractor accused of defrauding shipping company out of $1.2 million

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  1. cheryl

    cheryl I started this. Staff Member

    UPS employee, contractor accused of defrauding shipping company out of $1.2 million in scheme - RTV6

    Mark Gleason, 48, the UPS employee, and Dayton R. Sloan II, 60, of D&S Construction, both of Indianapolis, face federal charges of wire fraud and money laundering.

    "Mr. Sloan had done some carpentry work around UPS facilities in the Indianapolis area. Mr. Gleason was the supervisor of the plant facilities, and so they developed a relationship through that work," said Assistant U.S. Attorney Sharon Jackson.

    The men are accused of setting up a scheme in which D&S Construction would provide services for UPS, but the men would make up fraudulent invoices and pocket the money themselves, prosecutors said.
     
  2. STLFeeder

    STLFeeder Need LS7 powered PKG car

    This is why management is always accusing us of stealing. Their doing it so they assume we must be doing the same. :censored2:
     
  3. packageguy

    packageguy Well-Known Member

    Re: UPS employee, contractor accused of defrauding shipping company out of $1.2 milli

    ​those were 2 stupid people.
     
  4. Integrity

    Integrity Binge Poster

    Re: UPS employee, contractor accused of defrauding shipping company out of $1.2 milli

    littleboybrown,

    Those two, if guilty, are criminals.

    How many more are amongst us?

    Sincerely,
    I