Fraud at UT Law School

Reward: $10,000
areas of scrutiny: Fraud

A fraud investigation is being conducted at the prestigious University of Texas Law School. Jason Shoumaker, who served as facilities director at UT Law up until November 2017, was taken into custody on charges of tampering with time sheets — allegedly logging hours at work when he was actually vacationing in Las Vegas, Miami and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Anonymous sources have claimed the case is connected to a larger investigation — run by the local DA and Texas Rangers — that involves “several millions of questionable expenses,” according to the Texas Tribune.

If you, or anyone you know are aware of details that could shed light on this case, you could be eligible for a $10,000 dollar cash reward.

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