A former FBI special agent was sentenced Monday to three years in prison for stealing over $136,000 in drug profits seized during the execution of search warrants in 2014, falsifying documents and tampering with a witness, according to officials.
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A former special agent of the FBI plead guilty today in federal court to stealing more than $136,000 of drug proceeds seized during the execution of search warrants in 2014, falsifying reports and tampering with a witness, according to officials.
Scott M. Bowman, 44, of Moreno Valley, California, used the money for personal use including cars, plastic surgery for his wife and a weekend vacation to Las Vegas, according to officials.