Former AstraZeneca employee, contractor charged
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — The Delaware attorney general's office says a former AstraZeneca employee and a contractor have been charged with billing the company for $400,000 in improvement's to the employee's home.
Attorney General Beau Biden announced the charges Tuesday against the former employee, 45-year-old Mitchell E. Guard, and 55-year-old David Ragolia.
Guard was a project manager at the company's headquarters and Ragolia was a site manager at the headquarters. Biden's office says both are charged with felony theft of more than $100,000 by fraud and felony conspiracy and face up to 17 years.
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