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Founder of Union Representing Guards Who Protect Fed Buildings Busted for Stealing More than $200,000

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

WASHINGTON – The founder and treasurer of a union that represents private security guards assigned to protect federal buildings in the D.C. area, has been indicted on charges of stealing more than $100,000 from the pension fund and padding his salary to the tune of about $115,000 through unauthorized raises and bonuses and other expenses, the Justice Department said.

Caleb Gray Burris, 60, of Washington, the founder and treasurer of the National Association of Special Police and Security Officers (NASPSO) was charged Monday in  a superseding indictment with mail fraud, theft from a labor organization, obstruction of justice, criminal contempt and various recordkeeping offenses related to his operation of a pension plan for NASPSO members.

Authorities charged that from June 2004 through February 2011, Gray-Burriss wrote multiple checks to himself or to other third parties from the checking account from the union pension fund.  Authorities also alleged that he took more than $115,000 in “unauthorized salary increases and bonuses to himself, cash withdrawals from ATMs, reimbursement for unauthorized vacations and trips to casinos, personal dental work, and other goods and services.”


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