2 Detroit Housing Commission employees accused of stealing federal funds
FBI says Alisa Royster, Kim Walton allegedly issued fraudulently housing vouchers
DETROIT – The FBI on Monday said two Detroit Housing Commission employees stand accused of stealing thousands of dollars from federal programs designed to help low income families.
In a statement, the FBI said Alisa Royster and Kim Walton allegedly issued fraudulently housing vouchers between July 2008 and September 2010 and pocketed the money.
A criminal complaint has been filed against them in U.S. District court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
The FBI led Public Corruption Task Force consists of FBI, Office of U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade, Office of Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, IRS-CID, HUD-OIG, EPA-CID, DOT-OIG, Michigan State Police and Detroit Police.
If you have any information related to these crimes or other public corruption, please contact the FBI Detroit Office at (313) 965-2323.
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