U.S. Attorney Christopher A. Crofts announced today that forty-five year old Colonial Heights, Virginia, resident Christopher Sean Koegl was sentenced on March 28, 2016, by United States District Court Judge Alan Johnson to serve thirty-six (36) months of probation and to pay approximately $31,090 in restitution to the United States government for making false and fraudulent statements to obtain federal workers’ compensation benefits. In addition to this sentence, Koegl will no longer receive federal workers’ compensation benefits as a result of this felony conviction.

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Comments (2)

  • anon

    What about uncleared contract carriers? No one in the inspectors' office seems to care that in our town, we have a carrier who has not been cleared, is on a 10-year probation for theft over $200,000, AND the postmaster lives in his house and awards him special treatment, such as opportunities to work other routes. There have been numerous complaints to the inspectors and the POOM, and NOTHING is done about it. Thanks a lot for extinguishing my faith in your commitment to higher standards and ethics.

    May 13, 2016
  • anon

    What about uncleared contract carriers? No one in the inspectors' office seems to care that in our town, we have a carrier who has not been cleared, is on a 10-year probation for theft over $200,000, AND the postmaster lives in his house and awards him special treatment, such as opportunities to work other routes. There have been numerous complaints to the inspectors and the POOM, and NOTHING is done about it. Thanks a lot for extinguishing my faith in your commitment to higher standards and ethics.

    May 13, 2016