US Marshals officer accused of stealing $100K
An administrative officer for the U.S. Marshals Service is accused of stealing roughly $100,000 through a scheme that included collecting the salary of a fictitious employee she created.
Court documents filed last week also allege Sno Rush used her position at D.C. Superior Court to pay personal credit card expenses with U.S. treasury checks. Prosecutors also say Rush improperly obtained and used a Marshals Service credit card.
Rush's job responsibilities included handling payroll matters for the Marshals Service and drafting and signing U.S. Treasury checks for expenditures.
Prosecutors say Rush's illegal activity occurred between April 2006 and February 2009 and cost the Marshals Service an estimated $104,000.
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