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UNITED STATES OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

Washington, DC 20415

Office of the
Inspector General

10/14/2015
FOIA Request # 2015-04826

Dear

This is in response to your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request of July 18, 2015, in
which you asked for investigative records and the report of investigation for Office of Personnel
Management (OPM) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) case number C-13-00524.
The attached documents are responsive to your request. They constitute the investigative case
file associated with OPM OIG case number C-13-00524. There is no report of investigation
associated with this case; however, the case file includes a management advisory that was issued
at the conclusion of the investigation. Please note that certain information has been redacted
from the responsive records in order to prevent the unwarranted invasion of personal privacy,
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552(b)(6) and (b)(7)(C); and to avoid the disclosure of information
protected by the attorney-client and deliberative process privileges, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
552(b)(5).
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been told, would not tolerate. For the last year, I have been on administrative leave
based on an Integrity Assurance Group (IAG) investigation and an inaccurate
"affidavit" that I was coerced and intimidated into signing. I did not write this
statement and only signed it after being told by an IAG investigator that I would be
prosecuted for fraud if I did not agree to sign a document containing his version of
events. I was also told by this same investigator that I would not lose my job if I
stopped protesting my innocence and just concurred with his accusations."
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I began working for OPM-FIS in Boyers, PA as a reviewer/case analyst in (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
. Prior to that, I worked on the OPM contract as a case reviewer for
beginning in
. I always maintained excellent production and quality at both
and OPM. My annual
performance ratings at OPM were always at Outstanding or Exceeds Fully Successful, except for
the fiscal year 2009-2010 when I was rated Fully Successful due to my difficult pregnancy and
maternity leave. In February 2012, my supervisor, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , called to my attention
that I had made some numerical errors on my production reports which resulted in inflated
case closing numbers. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) clearly believed that I had intentionally falsified my
numbers which I would never have done. I examined my procedures and realized that I had
been making a computer error that was skewing my numbers. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) chose not to
believe me and turned me in to the Integrity Assurance Group (IAG). I met with two of their
investigators, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , on March 9, 2012 and explained how I was
making the computer error. I even demonstrated to them on my laptop how the error was
occurring. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) commented at that time that she could see how my new data was being
removed and replaced with old data because I was clicking on the undo icon as opposed to
the save icon. I was informed during this meeting that I had made some errors on my Time &
Attendance sheet due to the same computer problem. I explained that this was clearly all an
accident because had I been trying to commit fraud, I would have at least made the hours
claimed match up on both my production report and my T&A. They did not match at all. I was
not told why this wasnt caught by (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) when those documents were submitted to
him, as that was part of his job.
(b) (6), (b) (7

(b) (6), (b) (7)

(b) (6), (b) (7

After this meeting, my telework privileges were revoked beginning March 13, 2012. I
was permitted to do work at home that prior weekend as well as Monday, March 12. On
March 29, 2012 I was again called into a meeting with two IAG investigators, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) . I was placed in a tiny conference room with barely enough room for the three of
us. I was in a corner trapped behind a table. The tone of this interrogation was immediately
different. Hostile is the first word that comes to mind. It immediately became apparent that I
was being accused of not actually working my full 8-hour days when teleworking. Their basis
for this accusation was that I was not using my laptop much from home. I explained that the
majority of my job involved reading and analyzing data and investigative reports for accuracy
and completeness and that the information I needed was contained in the case file in hardcopy
form. Because our laptops at home were so cumbersome to use and often froze up, I would do
all my computer work for each case during my hours in the office where the network was not a
problem. I had spent years reviewing cases at home at
when I did not even have a
computer at home with PIPS access. I also had worked many overtime hours at home for OPM
prior to ever receiving a laptop to use at home. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) told me that he did not believe that
this was possible, though (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) was very unfamiliar with how the review process is even
conducted. He told me that the most important thing I could do for myself was make him
believe that I was being truthful. He stated that if he continued to believe I was lying, he would
have me charged with lack of candor. When I asked if he was talking about some sort of
criminal charge, he said in fact I could be criminally charged and prosecuted for fraud against
the government. At this point, I basically began crying hysterically. I knew that our regular
OPM investigators were not law enforcement officers and could not threaten people with
(b) (6), (b) (7

working at OPM in
That way you could be in the office 7.5 hours per day and work
straight through. I also used some hours that I had worked over the weekend of March 10-11,
when I could still telework, as comp hours during days in the office instead of claiming them as
overtime for that weekend. Because I was unsure of how to accurately reflect this on my T&A
and because I did not discuss this with my supervisor, I said I was willing to accept responsibility
and appropriate disciplinary action for this. I did not feel that included termination, however,
because all required hours were worked within the pay period. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) insisted that I was
lying about this as well, so I finally told him to put whatever he wanted to put then because I
could not prove that I had done the hours at home.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

Eventually I was allowed to go back to my desk so that they could type up an affidavit (in their
words) for me to sign. I was exhausted and sick and so shaken up. I went to my husband and
he told me that I needed to go straight to Human Resources and tell them what had happened.
I told him I was too confused and upset and that (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) had told me that if I just signed his
version of events, my punishment would be mitigated and I could at least save my job, just not
my reputation. I didnt want to cry out on the floor in front of my coworkers, so I wouldnt
discuss it any further.
When I was called back to a different room to read and sign the statement, I tried to
keep the door to the room open so that I wasnt trapped in there with those two men again.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
got up and closed the door and said it had to remain closed. They asked me a few
more questions that I cant recall because I told them that it obviously didnt matter if I
defended myself. They didnt believe me and would write what they wanted to anyway. I
didnt have the energy to defend myself anymore. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) added some things to the
affidavit on his laptop then left the room to print out the statement. While he was gone, I told
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
that I didnt know how anyone would believe this anyway because I had an
exemplary record at OPM and because it was not physically possible to have my level of
production and quality and be shaving so much time. He told me that it was most important
that he felt I was honest with HIM, and he assured me that my punishment would be less
severe because he could attest to my honesty. He then inquired about my family and when I
told him that my brother was an FBI agent, he stated that speaking with him was the same as
speaking with my brother. He told me to ask my brother about the importance of being
truthful with a federal agent. I assumed then that he must have the kind of arresting powers
that my brother had. When (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) returned with a copy of the statement, I tried to read
it but to be honest, it was so ridiculous and overblown that I couldnt really read it. I tried to
state again that it didnt make sense based on my work history, but (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) began with his
lack of candor charge bit again. Therefore, I grabbed the pen and signed it, after which I
pushed it across the table to them and said, You win. All I could think about was the fact that
although my reputation at the agency I had loved was now forever destroyed, I would still at
least have my job to support my child and that was most important. I believed this against
reason because (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) repeatedly assured me that I wouldnt be terminated because he
would attest to my honesty if I agreed to his inaccurate version of the truth.

On my drive home that evening, I talked to my best friend on the phone. I tried to tell her what
happened but I was crying hard. She told me that if what they did had made me that upset that
I couldnt even talk about it, I needed to report it to somebody. I decided I would go to HR the
next day and tell them my story. However, before I had the chance that morning of March 30,
2012, I was called into the office of (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) s supervisor, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , and told that my
clearance had been suspended based on my signed statement from the day before and that I
was being placed on paid administrative leave pending termination. At that point, I retained an
attorney. My attorney and my father immediately informed me that (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) had no power
to arrest or charge me with a crime and if even if he had, I would have been read my rights.
also had no right to falsely promise me that my punishment would be mitigated by my
going along with his version of events. On May 1, 2012 my attorney and I attended an appeal
hearing regarding CSEAs proposal to revoke my security clearance. We met with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) ,
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) of CSEA. An independent stenographer recorded the
meeting. I stated my case and told them candidly what happened during my interrogation with
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) . I took full responsibility for any and all mistakes I made as far as
the computer errors, which were accidental, and for not openly communicating my work
schedule with my supervisor after being removed from telework. On May 22 , I received a
letter from (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) of CSEA stating that they had decided not to revoke my clearance
based on the extenuating circumstances regarding the interrogation. I had hoped that things
would wrap up after this and I could move on with my life and career but that was not the case.
The letter from (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) stated that Human Resources would now handle my situation, but
somehow IAG apparently got a hold of it again. I was told this approximately a month after
receiving notice from CSEA when I called Human Resources to inquire about the status of my
case.

(b) (6), (b)

In May 2012, while my clearance decision was still pending, one of my coworkers
contacted my husband in the office and told him that she had been referred to IAG by
due to a minor error on her part regarding signing out cases for telework. She
decided to talk to my husband because during one of her conversations with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) ,
he proceeded to go on a rant about what a liar I was and how myself and others were just
trying to fool him. She reminded him that he could not discuss another coworkers case with
her at that point. He also told her that her reports regarding computer use were very similar to
mine which was one reason he involved IAG. Again, she cautioned him about speaking about
my case to her. This coworker subsequently met with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and a female IAG agent. She
later recounted the experience to me during a phone call. They were verbally abusive to her
and berated her for three straight hours. She refused to confess to their accusations and would
only sign a statement denying them. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) told her that anyone reading that statement
was going to laugh at it. When she reminded (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) that his job was to obtain information
and not pass judgment on her, he told her that he could do whatever he wanted. This
coworker chose to come to my husband and I to inquire about who our attorney was and to tell
us that she would be willing to testify on my behalf based on the comments (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
made about me and her experience with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) . She had looked into ways to file a
grievance of some sort but was given the run-around by both Boyers HR and DC HR as we have
no union in Boyers. As soon as she had this conversation with my husband on the office floor
(b) (6), (b)

about joining us in taking legal action, she was notified that her IAG investigation was closed
and she was receiving a reprimand only for her initial error. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) apologized to her
and her telework privileges were restored shortly thereafter. I think that they got wind that she
was ready to back me up and decided to appease her to quiet her.
During the summer of 2012, while I remained on admin leave, my attorney was
contacted by a government attorney who had a copy of my signed statement from (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) . He wanted to know how we could possibly defend this. At this point, my
attorney asked if he was aware of the CSEA appeal hearing and had read the transcript. IAG
had never informed the government attorney that the hearing had even happened, let alone
that they had decided in my favor. He was clearly upset and felt that they had intentionally
withheld that. Once he had a chance to review that transcript, he contacted my attorney again
and stated that he did not like what was done to me. Meanwhile, I was definitely not enjoying
this experience. We never know which paycheck will be my last. We can make no plans
because our financial future is uncertain. Any thoughts of expanding our family had to be put
on hold. I could never relax. I had recurring nightmares based on my experience in that room
with those two men. I had never experienced nightmares before in my life. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
. I doubt my worth as a wife, mother, employee, etc. constantly. An attorney
by the name of Bill Bransford recently wrote an article for the 3/18/13 edition of the Federal
Times regarding abuse of administrative leave by agencies and the negative effects it has on the
taxpayers and the people placed on leave. We are left with a tremendous feeling of
discomfort and uncertainty.
We continued to hear nothing until December 18, 2012, a week before Christmas, when
I received a proposal of termination from (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
. I believe the timing was
intentional as I had been off for 9 months but suddenly this had to be done right before the
holiday. Also, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) was overheard in the office laughing about ruining our holiday or
something to that effect. I also believe he knew it would be tougher for me to get a hold of
people and set up my response since it was the holidays and I was only given a limited amount
of time to respond. I was told to contact (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) at Ft. Meade if I wanted to
respond which of course I did. My attorney and I requested that (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) review the
transcript from my CSEA appeal. He obliged and we provided it. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) then notified us
that we were to give our response the very next week. He said we could do this by
teleconference or travel to him in Maryland. My attorney obviously already had scheduled
court appearances that week and couldnt travel which Im sure (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) knew.
Therefore, we were forced to give our side over the phone with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
of Boyers HR. My attorney and I were very shocked at (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) s blas attitude
toward this even after reading what had been done to me, including the threats of prosecution
and false promises. I began to become very fearful of the unchecked power that IAG seems to
have over everyone.
This teleconference took place on January 8, 2013 and I gave my whole story as noted
above. I have heard nothing since. As of March 30, I will have been on paid administrative leave
for a year. During my teleconference with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , I stated that my

husband, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , had received some backlash at the office. The managers were no
longer friendly to him. He also was aware that (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , who was not his immediate
supervisor, was conducting frequent inquiries into his work product over the time I was off. It
was evident that (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) was trying to catch
in a mistake, but nothing could ever
be found as
, a veteran who served his country during the Iraq war, is very by-the-book. I
(b)
do not know why (6), (b) (7)(C) became so intent on targeting my husband other than pure
hatred of me. They had never had prior dealings with each other for any reason. On February
1,
was notified by his supervisor, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , that he was to meet with
of IAG the following Monday, February 4. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) stated that he could not give
a reason why he was being called before IAG.
had not been notified by his
supervisor, or anyone else for that matter, that he had made any errors or done anything
wrong. He had just had a good quarterly review with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) a few weeks prior. When
he attended the meeting on February 4, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) proceeded to question him regarding some
days in 2011 that he had left the office approximately an hour early.
had taken telework
home to make up that hour on each of those days, but he was very upset at being questioned
about something that occurred two years ago. Obviously, IAG had conducted a fishing
expedition to find a reason to pull him into an investigation. We believe this was done in
retaliation for my telling my story of what happened in that room and the liberties (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
took during that interview.
refused to discuss anything further with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) present
because (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) was involved in my interrogation and sat by and did nothing while
broke the law and made false promises. Certainly (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) had to have known that
what (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) was doing was not right.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b)

had his telework privileges removed on February 6 and was berated by


for not cooperating with IAG. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) would only say that
s telework
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)(C)
privileges were revoked due to an email from IAG to
.
was not permitted
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)(C)
to see the email and
denied knowing its content.
contacted
of Boyers HR since (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) was aware of my case due to the teleconference with
. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) said he could not help
but gave him a number to contact an EEO
representative. An EEO inquiry was launched, but the initial EEO representative was
stonewalled by (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) . They claimed that IAG was in charge of
everything and they knew nothing. At this point the EEO representative decided to pass the
case along for a full EEO investigation due to a hostile work environment in retaliation for my
fighting the proposed termination. She did tell
that well over half of the EEO complaints
received by her office from OPM employees come from FIS employees. Her supervisor was also
aware of the mounting problems associated with this IAG. An EEO investigator has taken
s statement and has begun his investigation. He was very interested in my story as well
and was appalled at what was done to me. He concurs that for being called the Integrity group,
they certainly lack integrity. Just as this EEO investigation was getting started,
emailed
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) to inquire if he could bring work home for overtime. He was initially told it
would probably be ok, but the next day was told that he could not. He asked who had made
that decision and on what grounds, and he was rudely told by (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) that he would
have to ask (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) in IAG.
wanted to know why his own supervisor didnt even know
(b)
(6),
(b) (7)(C) could put in an email that he had to ask
what he had done and whether
(b) (6), (b)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

(b) (6), (b)

. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) yelled in front of


s coworkers that he wouldnt put anything in
an email. Shortly thereafter,
was informed that he was to report to Ft. Meade the
following Wednesday, March 27, for an administrative inquiry with an IAG investigator. The
memo stated that he was not permitted to have any representation during the inquiry. During
s interview with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) of IAG at Ft. Meade, everything was
conducted according to procedure. He was questioned regarding some days he left the office
early back in 2011. He responded that he had always taken work home to make up that time
which was allowed.
was permitted to handwrite his own affidavit. I was not given that
opportunity. I dont understand why he was allowed to write his own statement but mine had
to be written for me. Everyone should be treated the same by the IAG policies. I feel as though
he was treated with respect because he is a man. That is where we stand today.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

I am completely baffled as to how this can have continued for so long. I have told the
story of what happened to me in that room with those two men multiple times now and
nothing has been done. They are carrying on with impunity now against my husband while I am
left in limbo. I have never encountered this level of malice and viciousness before in my life. I
never felt that (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and I cared much for each other. He knew I did not like his kind
of micro-managing. I did not care for the way he conducted himself with women in the office
as a married man. However, I could never fathom that he could develop this sort of vendetta
against not just me but my family. I do not understand how this so-called Integrity group can
steamroll over peoples lives unchecked. They seem intent on not just destroying my career
but that of my husband so that our family will be left with nothing. Perhaps it is too late for me
to get any justice within OPM. I may have to be terminated and take my case before the MSPB
and the courts, but I dont think my husband should have to face having his career and
reputation destroyed just because he is married to me. I never thought something like this
could happen in the agency that I loved or the government that I loved. Over the past year, I
have experienced bouts of anxiety and depression that have affected my young sons life as
well. I cannot continue to sit idle and let this go on. My friends and family have encouraged
me to take some action and have resolved to contact their Congressional representatives and
the OIG because they are appalled that this has gone on within our own government. I have
made it my mission to reach out to whoever I can with my story so that this does not happen to
anyone else. At the very least, we can perhaps achieve some oversight and reform for the IAG,
and I think that will start with awareness of the problem.

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Initial Response to Complaint

Activity Details

SA
submitted response to AIGI Schmitz reference (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and notified of
ongoing investigation reference
's allegations
I 2012 00356

(b) (6), (b) (7)(

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

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No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

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Senior Staff Briefing re:

Activity Details

IG McFarland, DIG Vint, DAIGI Howell:


Discussed current complaint and T&A allegations against (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) (I2012-00356)
Discussed case history and previous review of FIS IAG investigators
interview procedures during investigation reference
's interviews (2) March 2012
re: I 2012 00356

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

's Complaint

(b) (6), (b) (7)(

agreed to f/u with complaint, reference I 2012 00356 case actions, and complete
response letter
Subpoena Number
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No

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MOI - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , Integrity Assurance, FIS

Activity Details

responded to complaint made by (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Document 1

MOI (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) 4apr2013.docx

Document 2

MOI (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) 12Jun12.docx

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Integrity Assurance Complaint (FIS)

C 2013 00524

made comments that the room was too small or she was uncomfortable; (Note: We reserve space
for interviews at the Boyers facility with the administrative staff we were assigned/given what
was available at the time.)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

statement: the tone of the interrogation was hostile (p.1)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: It depends on definition; (loud/shouting/threats) was not the case at all; as


we were questioning her the level of our voices never changed, moderate volume but we were
direct with her when questioning about discrepancies; we were very direct with her by stating the
following for example as a result of her denial early on in the interview, if this is the way it is
going to be today then we will leave

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

statement: he stated that if he continued to believe I was lying, he would have me


charged with lack of candor.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: Yes, (but we or


was never specific it was presented more like an
advisement along with 18usc1001, and the privacy act advisement of rights) I recall it being
discussed;
started going down that road of I dont know whats going on etc.;
was
direct with her and the topic of lack of candor did come up and it could have potentially come up
down the road.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

statement: I basically began crying hysterically.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: She definitely cried during the interview but not hysterical; my definition
hysterical is crying loudly, losing her breath, hyperventilating, etc. and she never met
the definition of hysterical; she was also offered to take breaks and she did take one during the
interview.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

statement: he said in fact I could be criminally charged and prosecuted for fraud against
the government.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I dont recall that being said.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

statement: I needed to think about my child and family when I decided how to answer
his question. (p.2)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: Definitely not, I do not recall


ever saying anything like that; they
only discussed her child when the question came up about her taking time from work to pick up
her son from daycare

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

statement: he told me, if he believed me, he could help assure that my punishment would

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Integrity Assurance Complaint (FIS)

C 2013 00524

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

statement: Therefore, I grabbed the pen and signed it, after which I pushed it across the
table to them and said, You win. (p.3)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: No, I do not recall her ever making that statement to us.

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OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT


OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL
OFFICE OF INVESTIGATIONS

DATE of INTERVIEW: June 12, 2012


CASE NUMBER: C 2012 0056
INTERVIEWER: Special Agent (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
PERSON INERVIEWED:

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

,
Special Agent, Integrity Assurance
Federal Investigative Services
U.S. Office of Personnel Management

INTERVIEW LOCATION: (Telephonic) U.S. Office of Personnel Management


1900 E Street, Suite 6400, NW, Washington, DC 20415
MEMORANDUM OF INTERVIEW
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

On June 12, 2012, at approximately 1230 hours, the reporting Special Agent (SA)
interviewed SA (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) (
), Integrity Assurance (IA), Federal Investigative
Services (FIS), U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM). The purpose of the interview was
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
to confirm the procedures and methods used by
when interviewing (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) (
)
a FIS, Investigations Case Analyst, suspected of submitting fraudulent time and attendance
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(T&A) biweekly reports.
s fraudulent T&A reports submitted to OPM/FIS, from March
2010 through March 2012, resulted in her receiving financial compensation for overtime hours
not actually worked which is a loss to OPM valued at approximately $40,000.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

March 9, 2012 interview of


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

According to SA
,
was initially notified by her immediate supervisor
, Branch Chief that FIS agents from the IA office wanted to ask her questions about
the discrepancies with her submitted production sheets when compared to the number of actual
assigned and closed cases within the Personnel Investigations Processing System (PIPS).
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
explained that going into the interview he was only aware of possibly several months
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
of work product and T&A discrepancies reported by
. SA (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) (
),
OPM/FIS/IA accompanied SA
and assisted with the interview. SA
and SA
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

met with
at her employment site in Boyers, Pennsylvania (PA) and the interview
occurred in an interview room within the FIS facility.

Pre-interview:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated at no time did
request representation of any type to include an
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
attorney. SA
explained to
that the purpose of the interview was to ask questions
about the inconsistencies with her T&A and the investigation at this point in time was
administrative. SA
briefly discussed Title 18 U.S.C. 1001 (False Statements) and
explained the importance of being accurate and truthful with her responses. SA
further
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
explained to
that any false statements knowingly made to he and SA
may be
considered a violation of the statute and could result in a criminal fine or imprisonment. SA
read the Privacy Act and explained that the information discussed in the interview will
be transcribed into a report and the report information is available through a Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA) request.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated prior to beginning with questioning he placed
under Oath;
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
[paraphrase]
swore under penalty and/or perjury that the information she provided would
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
be true and correct to the best of her knowledge.
responded in the affirmative I will/I
do.
SA

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

then proceeded with interviewing

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

for approximately 1 hour.

Post-interview:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated at the end of the interview session they broke away from the interview and he
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
typed the Affidavit from his notes. SA
and
then reconvened with
and
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
she reviewed the Affidavit. SA
mentioned that
advised of only one discrepancy
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
with the Affidavit and SA
made the appropriate correction.
was again place
under Oath - as she attested to her statement being truthful and correct to the best of her
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
knowledge.
then signed and dated the Affidavit.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
recalled asking
if she had any further questions or wanted a copy of the
Affidavit and her response was no.
March 29, 2012 interview of

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated upon review of additional database entry logs of
and her husband, who
is also a FIS investigator, and building entry/exit scan logs, he had additional questions and there
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were several conflicts with her responses from the initial interview on March 9, 2012. SA
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
notified
s supervisor and a subsequent interview was scheduled with
at
her employment site in Boyers, PA. The location of the interview occurred in the same FIS
building but in a different conference/interview room. The interview was conducted with the
assistance of SA (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , OPM/FIS/IA.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Pre-interview:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
acknowledged he proceeded with the same information as he did in the initial
interview by referencing and explaining the following:

Title 18 U.S.C. 1001 (False Statement)


Privacy Act/FOIA
Administered swearing-in (Oath)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated he did not provide
with any type of advisement of rights or warning.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
SA
stated
was much more curious to know how she was going to be disciplined
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
as a result of their investigation. SA
explained to
that he is working in the
capacity of a fact finder and the decision to take any action against her is not made by the IA.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
SA
did stress the importance of getting accurate facts from
and untruthfulness
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
may be viewed as a lack of candor. SA
informed
that if she needed to break
from the interview for any reason there were no restrictions placed upon her.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Interview:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated in the initial stages of the interview
was somewhat emotional and shed
a few tears but once she began to admit that her T&A records and production sheets were false
she pulled it back together emotionally, appeared relieved, and became very forthcoming with
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
information relating to her false reporting of T&A and production.
never asked to leave
or temporarily break away from the interview. According to SA
the duration of the
question and answer session lasted approximately 1.5 hours.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Post-interview:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated once the interview concluded he typed the Affidavit from his notes. The
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
writing of the Affidavit took approximately 2 hours. Upon completing the Affidavit
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
reviewed the statement and was not asked by
to make any corrections. SA
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
administered the Oath and
swore the information stated in the Affidavit was true and
correct then she signed and dated the Affidavit.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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Records Review

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Review of April

Activity Details

-reviewed
's written complaint sent to Director Berry on March 30, 2013 via
email as an attachment.
-in review, extracted significant statements made by (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) reference her
allegations of "coercion and intimidation" into signing the Affidavit of admission on
March 29, 2012 (interviewed by (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) FIS, IAG)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

's Written Complaint

(b) (6), (b) (7)(

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

Review of (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) written complaint 4apr13.docx

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Written Complaint

the definition of hysterical; she was also offered to take breaks and she did take one during the
interview.

-he said in fact I could be criminally charged and prosecuted for fraud against the government.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I dont recall that being said.

-I needed to think about my child and family when I decided how to answer his question. (p.2)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: Definitely not, I do not recall


ever saying anything like that; they
only discussed her child when the question came up about her taking time from work to pick up
her son from daycare

-he told me, if he believed me, he could help assure that my punishment would be much less
severe than termination and prosecution. (p.2)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: No,
that or make promises to her)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

did not say anything like that; (

did not say anything like

-I was told that I could only leave the room to go to the restroom next door or get a drink from
the water cooler right outside. (p.2)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: No, she did not have any types of restrictions (she was made aware that the
door is not locked; she can get up at anytime to take a break etc.); was never told that these
restrictions were imposed upon her.

-(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) positioned himself closer to the door as if to block it if I tried to leave without
permission. (p.2)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: If youre standing in the doorway of the room to the right was the table,
april was sitting on the side of the table closest to the door; I was sitting on opposite side of the
table across from
and
was to right of
at the end of table- indirectly,
was positioned in some way between the door and
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Written Complaint

-(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) told me that he did not want to involve my husband because I would expect him to
lie for me and if he did not lie for me, I would be angry with him. (p.2)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I dont recall; her husband was discussed because she made reference of
him as being a witness to her working at home (they worked at home together on many
occasions) in her previous interview on March 9th

-He told me that he had insight into my marriage; He knew the name of my son and alluded
to (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(p.2)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: No, that did not come up and


did not say anything like that.
(definitely not, I was never aware (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
until now during this
interview)

-he kept threatening me with the lack of candor charge, so I finally would tell him to write
down whatever he believed then. (p.2)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: From my recollection the lack of candor only came up once, part way
through the interview, upon questioning her about some of the discrepancies; No, lack of candor
did not keep coming up; No, I do not recall her ever saying anything like that to myself or
.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

-(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) continuously laughed at how upset I was and rolled his eyes throughout the whole
thing. (p.2)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: That is inaccurate; I did not laugh at all during that interview; I dont recall
ever rolling my eyes at anyone in my life.

-so I finally told him to put whatever he wanted to put then because I could not prove that I had
done the hours at home. (p.3)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: Once she got to the point of admission and attempting to quantify it, she
gave approximations on her own.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Written Complaint

-(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) had told me that if I just signed his version of events, my punishment would be
mitigated and I could at least save my job, just not my reputation. (p.3)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: No,

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

did not say anything like that.

-(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) repeatedly assured me that I wouldnt be terminated because he would attest to my
honesty if I agreed to his inaccurate version of the truth. (p.3 last sentence)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: No promises were ever made by myself or


; (I always give the same
response on all interviews its out of my hands I dont make the final decision)

-When I was called back to a different room to read and sign the statement, I tried to keep the
door to the room open so that I wasnt trapped in there with those two men again. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
got up and closed the door and said it had to remain closed. (p.3)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: We went into one of our training rooms, a significantly bigger room, not
far from the cafeteria, I dont recall her expressing any problems with the room or door being
open/closed; for privacy purposes we always ensure the door is closed; I dont recall
ever
jumping up and closing the door.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

-When (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) returned with a copy of the statement, I tried to read it but to be honest, it
was so ridiculous and overblown that I couldnt really read it. (p.3)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: When we reconvened I brought my laptop computer so she could review


the statement and make any changes that she wanted. After she reviewed it I left with my
computer to print the final document from the printer in the other room; when I returned she
reviewed the hardcopy statement again. (Note: I always tell the subject to take their time and
please feel free to read over the statement again)

-Therefore, I grabbed the pen and signed it, after which I pushed it across the table to them and
said, You win. (p.3)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: No, I do not recall her ever making that statement to us.

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Activity Date

04/05/2013

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Activity Type

Interview

Activity Title(Maximum 50
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MOI - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , Integrity Assurance, FIS

Activity Details

interviewed (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) reference April


Berry on March 30, 2013

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

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MOI (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) 5apr2013.docx

Document 2

MOI (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) 13Jun12.docx

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Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

's written complaint submitted to Director

Integrity Assurance Complaint (FIS)

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leave without permission. (p.2)


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: Never; the table stayed between us; I sat closer to her as the interview
progressed and I asked more questions but I never violated her personal space and the table
primarily stayed between us.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) told me that he did not want to involve my husband because I
would expect him to lie for me and if he did not lie for me, I would be angry with him. (p.2)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I never said that; there is not even a context where that came up.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: He told me that he had insight into my marriage; He knew the name of
my son and alluded to (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(p.2)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I never said any of that stuff; I did not know anything about her family or
anything; we only asked questions about her daycare but we did not even know the name of the
daycare facility; I had no pre-knowledge of (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) or any of that stuff; she is the one
that brought up the topic of having marital problems, she volunteered and provided information
that she and her husband argued because she was not able to clean the house and things like that.
Prior to interviewing her I did not know her or people she knew.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: he kept threatening me with the lack of candor charge, so I finally would tell
him to write down whatever he believed then. (p.2)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I never threatened her with any type of lack of candor charge; after the first
five or ten minutes of the interview lack of candor was never mentioned again. We offered her
the opportunity to write the affidavit herself but she proceeded with telling us to go ahead and
write it and she agreed to review the write-up once completed.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) continuously laughed at how upset I was and rolled his eyes
throughout the whole thing. (p.2)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7

s Response:
was very professional; he never cracked a smile or rolled his eyes or
anything like that throughout the interview.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: so I finally told him to put whatever he wanted to put then because I could
not prove that I had done the hours at home. (p.3)
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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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s Response: She never said anything like that.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) had told me that if I just signed his version of events, my
punishment would be mitigated and I could at least save my job, just not my reputation. (p.3)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I never said anything like that; I never said anything remotely close to her
statement. That would be very foolish of me or
to make promises or say anything like that;
I told her that we were primarily fact finders and we did not make decisions on her case, we only
presented the facts.
(b) (6), (b) (7)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) repeatedly assured me that I wouldnt be terminated because he
would attest to my honesty if I agreed to his inaccurate version of the truth. (p.3 last sentence)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I never said that; there is no further explanation I can provide because I
never said anything remotely close to her statement.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: When I was called back to a different room to read and sign the statement, I
tried to keep the door to the room open so that I wasnt trapped in there with those two men
again. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) got up and closed the door and said it had to remain closed. (p.3)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: I dont recall anything like that; if she had requested to keep the door open
it would have stayed open; if the door was ajar I would have gotten up and closed it for privacy
purposes, trying to protect her privacy. It is her privacy and her employment related matter and
if she wanted the door to remain open for any reason I would have complied with her request.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: When (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) returned with a copy of the statement, I tried to read it
but to be honest, it was so ridiculous and overblown that I couldnt really read it. (p.3)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

s Response: the statement was typed so I dont know what she means; she reviewed it
for an extended period of time and although she did not read it out loud, we assumed she read it;
she did not make any complaints or corrections. She stated she had no issues with it and agreed
voluntarily that the statement was truthful and accurate. Then she signed the statement. She
never expressed any issue of not being able to read it or understand the statement or the contents
in the statement.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

s statement: Therefore, I grabbed the pen and signed it, after which I pushed it across the

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table to them and said, You win. (p.3)


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)

s Response: She never said anything like that to


and me. Everything ended on an
amicable note. She never said anything remotely close to You win after signing the statement.
Attachment

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and this allows her to not have to log onto the FIS database on many occasions when
teleworking.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
explained that prior to the investigation of
s discrepancies she was allowed
Extended Telework status which allowed her to work more than two days a week from home
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
as well as worked a Compressed Work Schedule with every other Friday off. SA
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
further explained
was approved for a Regular Telework schedule from spring 2010 to
November 2011; then she was approved to work an Extended Telework schedule from
November 2011 through March 2012.
Pre-interview:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated he and SA
collaborated with explaining the up-front procedures and
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
advised
she was being interviewed a second time due to conflicting information
identified from her first interview and additional discrepancies were found as a result of their
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
follow-up investigation. SA
stated
was told the interview was voluntary and
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
she could stop the interview and leave at anytime. In addition,
was informed there was
no problem with her stopping at anytime during the interview to take a bathroom break.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated no Garrity or Kalkine Warnings were administered to
and it was
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
made clear to her that she was never compelled to talk. It was also explained to
that this
second opportunity would allow her to explain the additional discrepancies that were identified
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
since the initial interview on March 9, 2012. SA
acknowledged they briefly mentioned
and discussed Title 18 U.S.C. 1001 (False Statement) and expressed that any false statements
knowingly made to them could possibly lead to criminal penalties.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated
was placed under Oath (swore under penalty and/or perjury that the
information she provided would be true and correct to the best of her knowledge [paraphrase])
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
and once she responded in the affirmative they began the interview. SA
stated the
interview lasted approximately 1.5 hours.
Interview:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated when being questioned
initially remained in denial which was
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
consistent with her responses from the initial interview.
was advised that additional
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
discrepancies were identified which conflicted with her initial responses. In response,
eventually recanted and began her admission and confessed that she regularly over reported her
closed cases as well as confessed to never working overtime as stated on her T&A biweekly
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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

reports. In addition,
admitted she has never worked a full 40 hour week and she
normally works about 32 hours in a work week.
SA

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

recalled in the early stages of the interview he developed a good rapport with
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
and she began directing the majority of her responses to him. SA
stated he and
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
SA
remained calm, respectful, and professional throughout the interview. SA
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
also recalled
requested to take a break from the interview on at least two occasions and
she went to the restroom, got tissues, and a drink of water.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
stated at no point throughout the process of being interviewed did
terminate the interview or request attorney representation.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

request to

Post-interview:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

SA
recalled the interview lasted approximately 1.5 hours and it took SA
approximately 4 hours to type the interview into an Affidavit. Once completed he and SA
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
met with
and she was advised that it was voluntary and she was not required to
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
sign the Affidavit.
read and reviewed the Affidavit and told she could make corrections
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
and deletions as needed.
did not make any changes to the statement.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

was sworn under Oath that her statements made in the Affidavit were true and correct.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
initialed each page then signed and dated the statement. SAs
and
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
offered
a copy of the Affidavit once signed and SA
is not sure if she requested
and received a copy.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

04/09/2013

Activity Date

04/05/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Other

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

IG Letter of Response - Draft

Activity Details

submitted IG letter of response "Draft" to DAIGI Howell

Subpoena Number
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No

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No

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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Photos - Re: 9Mar2012 Interview FIS-Boyers

Activity Details

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) ,

FIS, IAG provided the attached photograps of the interview rooom used
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
on March 9, 2012 by
and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) :

Pictures are attached. I took one picture with my back to the door and then the other
picture from diagonally across the room. During this interview I was with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) sat in approximately the location of the black chair on the side of
the table closest to the door. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and I sat on the other side of the table. (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
in approximately the location of the red chair and I in the black one across from where
was sitting. This room was used for both the interview and then when we
reconvened for the signing of the statement.

(b) (6), (b) (

Subpoena Number
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No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

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March 9th Interview Room.htm

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9Mar2012 interview rm photo 1.jpg

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/08/2013

Activity Date

05/08/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Other

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Reviewed related entries from I-12-00356

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No

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No

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Reviewed all CLEAR entries and briefed ASAC

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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Activity Title(Maximum 50
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Spoke with SA

Activity Details

Spoke with SA
concerning this complaint. We agreed that the interview of
would take place at the Cranberry Audits Office on the 23rd of May between the
hours of 9 and 11am. I informed SA
that I would contact (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) setup the
meeting/interview.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

(b) (6), (b) (

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

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No

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Activity Entered By

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OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

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05/14/2013

Activity Date

05/14/2013

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Activity Type

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Went to addresses listed in Accurint

Activity Details

Went to (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)


Went to (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

, no one at residence.
, residence does not exist.

Called (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) and (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , left vm's for

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Also sent contact letters via UPS to the listed addresses.


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No

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No

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(

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to call me.

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Checked Accurint

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Checked Accurint for

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

's contact info.

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

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Law Enforcement Report For (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) .pdf

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Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Law Enforcement Report


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Name Associated with Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Property Ownership Information for this Address


Property:
Parcel Number - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Owner Name:
Property Address - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Owner Address: (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Sale Date - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Loan Amount - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Loan Type Data Source - A
Neighborhood Profile (2010 Census)
Average Age: 44
Median Household Income: $65,372
Median Owner Occupied Home Value: $155,042
Average Years of Education: 14
Previous And Non-Verified Address(es): View All Address Variation Sources
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Name Associated with Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Property Ownership Information for this Address


Property:
Parcel Number - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Owner Name:
Owner Name2:
Property Address: - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Owner Address: (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Sale Date - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Sale Price Subdivision Name - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Assessed Value - $
Land Size - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Seller Name:
Seller Name2:
Legal Description - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Loan Amount - $
Loan Type Lender Name Data Source - A
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Name Associated with Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current phones listed at this address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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Firearms and Explosives:


[None Found]

DEA Controlled Substances:


[None Found]

People at Work:

Maximum 50 People at Work records returned


[None Found]

Professional License(s):
[None Found]

FAA Certifications:
[None Found]

FAA Aircrafts:
[None Found]

Watercraft:
[None Found]

Voter Registration:
[None Found]

Hunting/Fishing Permit:
[None Found]

Bankruptcies:

[None Found]

Liens and Judgments:

[None Found]

UCC Filings:
[None Found]

Possible Properties Owned by Subject:

Property:
Parcel Number - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Owner Name:
Owner Name2:
Property Address:
Owner Address:
Sale Date - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Sale Price Subdivision Name - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Assessed Value - $
Land Size - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Seller Name:
Seller Name2:
Legal Description - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Loan Amount - (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Loan Type Lender Name Data Source - A

Possible Associates:

[None Found]

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Names Associated with Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


BETTEACRYTZER
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7) EPERRY
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


CARISSALCRYTZER
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)


Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current phones listed at this address:

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current phones listed at this address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current phones listed at this address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current phones listed at this address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Address:
Address:

Address:

Address:

Address:

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current phones listed at this address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Address:

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

KATHYA(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Possible Relative:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Address:

Address:

Address:

Address:

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current Residents at Address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Current phones listed at this address:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current phones listed at this address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Address:

Address:

Address:

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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330-792-0651 - EDT BLACK CHARLES
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Names Associated with Relative:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Active Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Previous And Non-Verified Address(es):


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current phones listed at this address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:


(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Current Residents at Address:

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Neighborhood:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Address(es):

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Neighborhood:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Address(es):
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Residents:
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Source Information:

All Sources
Driver Licenses
Motor Vehicle Registrations
Person Locator 1
Email addresses
Historical Person Locator
Person Locator 2
Tax Assessor Records
Utility Locator
Person Locator 5
Person Locator 6

34 Source Document(s)
2 Source Document(s)
1 Source Document(s)
2 Source Document(s)
2 Source Document(s)
3 Source Document(s)
2 Source Document(s)
4 Source Document(s)
1 Source Document(s)
9 Source Document(s)
8 Source Document(s)

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OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/14/2013

Activity Date

05/14/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Other

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Contacted

Activity Details

Received a call from

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

No Attachment

Document 2

No Attachment

Document 3

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Document 4

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Document 5

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Document 6

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Document 7

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Document 9

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Document 10

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Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

who agreed to meet with me at 10am on the 23rd.

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/15/2013

Activity Date

05/15/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Supervisory Review (Milestone)

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Completed Supervisory Review

Activity Details
Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

No Attachment

Document 2

No Attachment

Document 3

No Attachment

Document 4

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Document 5

No Attachment

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No Attachment

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Document 9

No Attachment

Document 10

No Attachment

Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/20/2013

Activity Date

05/20/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Other

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

I was on Sick Leave for May 17, 2013.

Activity Details
Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

No Attachment

Document 2

No Attachment

Document 3

No Attachment

Document 4

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Document 5

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Document 6

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Document 7

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Document 9

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Document 10

No Attachment

Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/20/2013

Activity Date

05/20/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Other

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Confirmed interview time and date with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Activity Details

Confirmed interview time and date with (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , sent her and SA
an invite
via Outlook Calendar, so that everyone would be on the same page as to the date and
time.

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

No Attachment

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No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/20/2013

Activity Date

05/20/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Law Enforcement Coordination

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Received inquiry from AIGI Schmitz

Activity Details

Received inquiry from AIGI Schmitz, informed her that I would have more details for
her on either the 23rd or the 24th as the interview is set for 10am on the 23rd.

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

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Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/22/2013

Activity Date

05/22/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Other

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Reviewed Records for C-13-00524

Activity Details
Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

No Attachment

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No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/24/2013

Activity Date

05/23/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Interview

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Interview of (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Activity Details

Interview of (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) , Sworn Statement attached. She provided copies of her
March 29, 2012 Affidavit and her letter to the Director.

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Document 1

(b) (6), (b) (7)(

Document 2

Affidavit.pdf

Document 3

Letter to Director.pdf

Document 4

No Attachment

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No Attachment

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No Attachment

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Restricted to 6E

No

Statement.pdf

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/24/2013

Activity Date

05/24/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Interview

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Completed MOI for (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Activity Details

Completed MOI for (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) interview, March 23, 2013.

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Document 1

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Document 2

Case Notes.pdf

Document 3

No Attachment

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Restricted to 6E

No

MOI.docx

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/28/2013

Activity Date

05/24/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Law Enforcement Coordination

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Briefed AIGI Schmitz on case.

Activity Details
Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

No Attachment

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No Attachment

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Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/28/2013

Activity Date

05/28/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Other

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Reviewed case and placed in Pending

Activity Details

Reviewed case and placed in Pending Status until further guidance is received from
HQ.

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

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No Attachment

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Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/29/2013

Activity Date

05/29/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Supervisory Review (Milestone)

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Completed Supervisory Review

Activity Details
Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

No Attachment

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No Attachment

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Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

05/30/2013

Activity Date

05/30/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Law Enforcement Coordination

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Shipped case file to (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

Activity Details
Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

Document 1

UPS CampusShip_ Shipment Label.pdf

Document 2

No Attachment

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No Attachment

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No Attachment

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Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

07/11/2013

Activity Date

07/11/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Management Advisory

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

MAR Issued to Director

Activity Details

See attached.

Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Need Supervisor Approval

Yes

Document 1

MAR, (b) (6), (b) (7)(C) .PDF

Document 2

Attachments 1-7.pdf

Document 3

Attachments 8-18.pdf

Document 4

No Attachment

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No Attachment

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No Attachment

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No Attachment

Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

Schmitz, Michelle

OPM CLEAR - Case Logging, Enforcement & Activity Reporting

Case Activity
Entry Date

07/12/2013

Activity Date

07/12/2013

Staff
Assisting Staff
Activity Type

Supervisory Review (Milestone)

Activity Title(Maximum 50
characters)

Completed Supervisory Review

Activity Details
Subpoena Number
Need Supervisor Approval

No

Need Supervisor Approval

No

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No Attachment

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No Attachment

Restricted to 6E

No

Approval Status
Approval Status Comments
Approval Status History
Data Object Key

object.caseActivity

Activity Entered By

(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)