Woodbridge man one of two arrested in alleged fraudulent timekeeping scheme
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Office of Inspector General today announced the arrest of Narcisse B. Tsaba, 47, of Brandywine, MD, and Jean-Jacques Lontchi, 53, of Woodbridge, VA, for an alleged fraudulent timekeeping scheme in which they inappropriately received pay from both WMATA and the National Railroad Passenger Corporation by claiming to be at one employer while physically reporting to the other. Tsaba, arrested November 29, 2018, and Lontchi, arrested December 4, 2018, were each charged with one count of first-degree felony fraud.
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