Thursday, September 16, 2010

Crime Report: Recent Convictions

Here are some recent convictions in the District of Columbia. Remember, crime doesn't pay. Your tax dollars at work. Jury service is one of the most important civic duties you can perform. All cliches, but all true. These summaries come from the Second District MPD's monthly court report.

Frederick James Nickerson, 47, was sentenced to 36 months of probation on August 3, 2010 before the Honorable Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, for impersonating a Secret Service Agent.

James A. Little, Jr., 49, a former employee of Innovative Life Solutions, a District of Columbia residential provider for persons with cognitive disabilities, was found guilty of assaulting a vulnerable person in his care.

James E. McCreary, 56, was sentenced to 60 months of incarceration for distribution of child pornography. The sentencing was before the Honorable Paul L. Friedman in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Sushil Bansal, President and CEO of Advanced Integrated Technology Corporation (AITC), was sentenced to two concurrent 20-month terms of imprisonment for his role in a bribery and kickback scheme. Bansal, 43, of Dunn Loring, Virginia, pled guilty April 27, 2010 to bribery of a public official and to engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from specified unlawful activity.

Shareen Wilson, 42, a former mail carrier with the United States Postal Service, was sentenced to 25 months of incarceration and ordered to pay $134,416.27 in restitution for her role in a scheme to steal United States and District of Columbia treasury checks from the mail and cash them at local check cashing establishments using fake identification documents.

Rolanda Edgar, 29, recently was sentenced to 48 months in prison, followed by five years of supervised release, for kidnapping a friend’s six-year-old son following an argument.

Joshua Godoy, 22, pleaded guilty this afternoon to one count of mail fraud for using Federal Express to deliver fraudulently-obtained goods as part of his identity theft scheme. Godoy, of the District, faces a sentence of between 21 and 41 months of incarceration under the voluntary federal sentencing guidelines. As part of his plea, Godoy agreed to pay $67,764.33 in restitution to his victims. He is scheduled to be sentenced on October 12, 2010.

Faye Liner, 55, was sentenced to one year of home confinement and electronic monitoring as part of five years of probation for making false statements by submitting false background checks to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).

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