FEMA Workers Arrested on Fraud, Bribery Charges
by Kevin Caruso
Janurary 27, 2005
Two temporary employees of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Andre Rose and Lloyd Holleman, were arrested after soliciting bribes from a contractor who supplied food to displaced Hurricane Katrina survivors.
Rose and Holleman offered the contractor $20,000 in exchange for inflating the catering contract; the contractor notified the authorities.
Working with law enforcement, the contractor offered $10,000 to each of the men, and, when they accepted the money, were immediately arrested.
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