A former assistant to an acting intelligence chief for Immigration and Customs Enforcement was sentenced Thursday to 10 months behind bars for her part in a scheme involving more than $500,000 in government money.
Lateisha M. Rollerson, 38, of Bowie, was convicted of using travel vouchers issued by the government for personal use. The scheme involved four other government workers or contractors, including James Woosley, former acting director of ICE intelligence.
Others caught up in the scheme include Ahmed Adil Abdallat, 64, a former ICE
supervisory intelligence research specialist, William J. Korn, 53, a former ICE intelligence research specialist, and Stephen Henderson, 61, a former contractor who did work for ICE.