Feds: Soldier charged $10M in purchases to Army, then sold goods – U.S. – Stripes

A soldier stationed with the Army Active Guard Reserve in Orlando admitted to making more than $10 million in authorized purchases, charging the items to the military, and then selling the goods.

Federal prosecutors in Orlando filed a case against Sebastian Stewart Oyegun II earlier this month.

Days after the filing, Oyegun signed a plea agreement, admitting guilt to a count of theft of government property.

Prosecutors say Oyegun was responsible for ordering non-expendable items for 14 units while he was stationed in Los Angeles, where he worked until being transferred to Orlando in November 2010.

via Feds: Soldier charged $10M in purchases to Army, then sold goods – U.S. – Stripes.