James L. Power

Ex-President Sentenced in Va. Fed. Court

On October 19, in the U.S. Dist. Court for the West. Dist. of Virginia, James L. Power IV, former president of the Virginia Loomis Fargo Employees Union, was sentenced to a suspended six-month incarceration and placed on two years probation for one count of filing a false report and one count of failure to file reports in order to conceal his embezzlement.  The sentence for each count will run concurrently.  Power was ordered to attend mental health treatment, make full restitution of $7,300, pay a $50 special assessment, and complete 200 hours of community service. On July 23, he pled guilty to the charges following an investigation by the Washington Dist. Ofc. of the U.S. Ofc. of Labor Mgmt. Standards.

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