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NJ FBI Agent Pleads Guilty to Submitting $41,000 in Fraudulent Expenses

fbi-logo3By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Under the category of “Bad Career Moves” comes New Jersey FBI agent Jeff B. Shim, who pleaded guilty Tuesday in Washington to filing more than $41,000 in fraudulent expenses while he was temporarily posted at FBI headquarters, the AP reported.

According to a criminal information filed last month, Shim claimed to be renting a room in Beltsville, Md., while on temporary assignment in Washington, when in fact he was living in a home in Olney, Md., that he and his wife owned.

He submitted phony rental agreements to get reimbursements of more than $41,000 in rent that he never paid.

He has resigned, the AP reported. Sentencing is set for Feb. 5.

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