Transit boss accused of MTA theft

A city transit supervisor and two others were indicted Tuesday on charges they allegedly stole from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.Authorities say Jacqueline Jackson and two

BROOKLYN - A city transit supervisor and two others were indicted Tuesday on charges they allegedly stole from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Authorities say Jacqueline Jackson and two others stole $150,000 from the MTA through kickbacks and scams over four years. Jackson was head of the legal support department for 10 years.

All three are accused in a conspiracy to rig contracts for medical evaluations, records and trial testimony.They are charged with grand larceny and falsifying business records.

If convicted, they could face a maximum sentence of 15 years.

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