Wednesday, September 2, 2009

SanFran City Workers Dupe City $200K

The San Francisco Chronicle
reports that two San Francisco public employees are under investigation for allegedly masterminding a scheme that duped the city out of more than $200,000 in goods. The pair, Donnie Alan Thomas and Miles Bonner each made more than $95,000 a year as electrical line workers for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. The pair's alleged scheme from 2003-2007 paid for personal goods including high-end car stereo equipment, furniture, designer window shutters and redwood decking, authorities said Tuesday.

The two each face 41 felony and two misdemeanor counts ranging from grand theft to failure to pay unemployment insurance. If convicted, they each face up to 21 years in state prison.

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