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Channel 2 NewsA former Army Corps of Engineers employee has pleaded guilty to his role in a $30 million bribery and kickback scheme involving the awarding of government contracts. Kerry F. Khan pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court in Washington. His son,...
Eric TuckerA former executive has admitted his role in a $28 million government contracting fraud scheme. Sixty-year-old Harold F. Babb pleaded guilty in Washington's federal court on Tuesday to charges of bribery and unlawful kickbacks. Prosecutors say Babb is...
Channel 2 NewsOne of several men charged in what prosecutors say was a large and brazen contracting fraud scheme plans to plead guilty. Court papers filed in Washington's federal court show that Harold Babb expects to plead guilty on March 13 to charges of bribery...
The Associated PressAn Army Corps of Engineers fraud case described by prosecutors as one of the largest involving government contracting has seen a break, as a former employee has agreed to plead guilty.Court papers show Michael A. Alexander plans to plead guilty to bribery...
Tags: Trials, Lawyers, Political Corruption, Justice System, Judges
The owner of a pull-tab parlor in Anchorage has been indicted for allegedly demanding bribes. The Anchorage Daily News reported Thursday that Abraham Joseph Spicola, owner of the now-closed Lucky Times Pull Tabs, is facing numerous charges including...
Tags: Alaska, Trials, Theft, Crimes, Unemployment Benefits
Two employees of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and two others have been arrested in a $20 million bribery and kickback case that prosecutors say helped pay for the purchase of more than a dozen properties, Rolex and Cartier watches, fancy sports cars...
Channel 2 NewsA coalition of Alaska Native corporations says it’s troubled by recent allegations of bribery, conspiracy, and unlawful kickbacks involving a former employee of Eyak Technology, a subsidiary of The Eyak Corp. In a statement, the Native 8(a)...
Channel 2 NewsA federal judge accepted Pete Kott's and Vic Kohring's plea agreements Friday following their bribery convictions, allowing the former state representatives to walk free. Kott, 62, was sentenced to time served and will spend the next three years under...
Tags: Trials, Justice System, Judges, Corporate Crime, Pete Kott
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