Jury Convicts Military Contractor Of $4.4M Fraud

Law360, New York (August 26, 2011, 8:09 PM EDT) -- Roger C. Day Jr., who fled from New Jersey to Mexico in 2008 after being accused of selling more than $4.4 million in faulty parts to the U.S. military, was convicted Thursday by a Virginia federal jury on wire fraud, money laundering and gold smuggling charges.

The jury found Day guilty of one count of wire fraud conspiracy, three counts of wire fraud, two counts of money laundering and one count of conspiracy to smuggle gold for his participation in a conspiracy to defraud the military...
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Case Information

Case Title

USA v. Carroll et al

Case Number



Virginia Eastern

Nature of Suit


John A. Gibney, Jr

Date Filed

April 17, 2007

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