MIAMI (AP) -— A Florida man who worked for a National Security Agency contractor in Maryland has been charged with submitting fraudulent timesheets that billed the federal government at least $250,000 for work he didn’t perform.READ MORE: Condo Collapse: Three Bodies Pulled From Rubble Overnight, Crews Continue Search For Survivors
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur’s office on Thursday charged Todd Andrew Leasure with making false statements.
A court filing says Leasure submitted false timesheets in which he claimed to have worked on a services contract more than 1,500 hours more than he actually did between 2014 and 2017.READ MORE: Condo Collapse: Families Anxiously Await Word On Loved Ones
The filing says Leasure lived in Orlando, Florida, and frequently traveled to Maryland to work as a database administrator for a company contracted by the NSA to provide information technology services.
Court records don’t indicate whether Leasure is represented by an attorney.MORE NEWS: President Biden Declares State Of Emergency In Florida After Surfside Condo Collapse
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