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Former MTA official charged with $60k iPhone scam

[2018-08-10 10:06:51]

A former official with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority official has been indicted in an apparent scam, in which he purchased almost $60,000 worth of iPhones with taxpayer money — and then sold them for personal gain. Ex-Metropolitan Transportation Authority chief procurement officer Angel Barbosa has been charged with grand larceny, as well as a charge ...

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