Fairfax County Garage Supervisor Pleads Guilty In Kickback Scheme

Donald Wray, 36, a supervisor with the county's Department of Vehicle Services, has pleaded guilty to a charge of mail fraud in U.S. District Court. Wray was accused of accepting more than $17,000 in gratuities in the form of retail gift cards from the Florida-based Stone Cold Chemicals company in exchange for using county government money to purchase overpriced and unnecessary automotive products. Wray faces up to 16 months in prison.

By  |  September 12, 2005; 10:51 AM ET  | Category:  Crime
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