Former CNDRA Employee Arrested for US$60K Theft, Tampering

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A former employee of the Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA) has been arrested for economic sabotage, theft of property and tampering with public documents valued at US$60,000, according to court records.

Defendant John Charlie is scheduled to appear before the Monrovia City Court to answer to charges of economic sabotage, theft of property and tempering with public documents.

CNDRA alleged that defendant Charlie committed the act from 2012 to 2016.

While in its employ, CNDRA said, defendant Charlie with the intent to defraud the government of its revenues, falsified the agency’s public records and documents, and received from individuals more than US$60,000.

“The defendant out of deception criminally converted said amount to his personal use and benefit,” the Records Agency said.

The document further alleged that the defendant’s action is unlawful, criminal, intentional and illegal, which is in violation of Sections 15.51, 12.34 and the New Economic Act.

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