Friday, December 30, 2011

San Bernardino International Airport

The biggest story of the year was an FBI raid at San Bernardino International Airport.

Following a civil Grand Jury report that questioned operational and financial oversight of the airport, federal investigators raided the former Norton Air Force Base on Sept. 21.

The FBI filled a 26-foot U-Haul truck with official records, as the agency is attempting to show a relationship between controversial airport developer Scot Spencer; Mayor Pat Morris; former interim Executive Director Donald L. Rogers; airport Aviation Director Bill Ingraham; Mike Burrows, the Inland Valley Development Agency's assistant director; former airport director Thomas "T. Milford" Harrison; and South Carolina-based aircraft materials company Tiger Enterprises and Trading.

San Bernardino Staff Reports, December 29, 2011

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Anonymous said...

Kudos to the grand jury for having the diligence in uncovering this scheme by spencer and rogers. Hopefully the rest of the gang named in the warrant are brought to justice swiftly. Sadly some of those folks are still on the payroll which is a travesty becuase the taxpayers' money are used to fund their salaries and lifestyles. How could the very same people who made such a mess of things at the airport namely ingrahm and burrows are still employed??