FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): Four more former BAE workers are admitting their parts of a massive education scam.
Court documents say 31 people are charged in a wire fraud case involving BAE Systems’ tuition reimbursement program for employees, where they allegedly submitted requests, took the money, and never bothered to take the classes they said they’d enrolled for.
The Journal Gazette reports nearly $800,000 was stolen from the company through the 2013 policy.
Defendants Damon Bryant, Jessica Shutt, Tonya Sterling and Marjorie Warfield have all agreed to plead guilty, joining six others who have admitted guilt.