MIL-OSI Security: Midlothian Man Sentenced in One of Two Cases Involving Fraud, Bribery

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Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) State Crime News

SAN ANTONIO – A Midlothian man was sentenced in federal court to 25 months in prison for falsifying court documents and bribing a Veteran’s Administration contracting officer.

According to court documents, Javor McCoy, 43, attempted to avoid a civil court appearance in Dallas by transmitting a criminal summons to an employee with the Dallas County Court showing he had to appear in court for a Western District of Texas federal indictment. The summons contained the false and fraudulent electronic signature of a United States magistrate judge and had been altered to display a fictitious appearance date for McCoy.

The criminal summons altered by McCoy was related to charges he faced for bribery of a public official.  In that case, court documents reveal that McCoy owned Ready 2 Go Transport Central LLC (R2G Central), a purported Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, providing transportation for veterans, including ambulance and wheelchair transportation. McCoy’s co-defendant in the bribery case, Glenn Dartone Johnson, 50, of San Antonio, was a contracting officer with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA). McCoy paid Johnson approximately $100,000 for information regarding the VA bid process and for Johnson’s assistance in influencing the VA bid process to help R2G Central win competitive bids from the VA.

McCoy pleaded guilty to charges in both cases in January. U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia ordered the Defendant sentenced to 25 months on each case, to be served concurrently.  McCoy will also be subject to a term of supervised release of three years.   

Johnson pleaded guilty on Dec. 20, 2023, to one count of conspiracy to commit bribery of a public official and is scheduled to be sentenced Sept. 19, 2024.

U.S. Attorney Jaime Esparza of the Western District of Texas made the announcement.

The FBI and VA-OIG investigated the case.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Justin Chung and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Jay Porier prosecuted the case.

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