Former Georgia hospital security director charged with stealing guns, money

September 6, 2019

The former director of security allegedly ordered dozens of firearms meant for security personnel and sold them for profit.

The former director of security for DeKalb Medical, now named Emory Decatur Hospital, has been charged with stealing firearms purchased for security personnel and illegally selling the guns for profit, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

The man has been indicted on 15 counts of mail fraud, one count of dealing firearms without a license and three counts of unlawfully selling firearms to out-of-state residents.

He is also accused of using a hospital-issued credit card for personal expenses, including $45,000 for repairs and services on his personal vehicles. 

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