Crime | Virginia man charged with fraud for holding two full-time jobs as security official for U.N.
by Alicia Constant
Posted 7/04/11, 02:34 pm
A former Virginia employee of the United Nations was arrested last week and accused of obtaining more than $100,000 in salary payments while concurrently holding jobs at the U.N. and the National Labor Relations Board, Justice Department officials announced.
According to a statement from the Department of Justice, Jeffery K. Armstrong, 51, of South Riding, Va., was charged with nine counts of wire fraud. The indictment states that Armstrong failed to notify his superiors at both entities of his concurrent employment.