Former Haitian employee of U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince Haiti wanted for wire fraud and forgery

Roudy Pierre-Louis, a Haitian national who worked for the U.S. embassy in Haiti is accused of stealing "hundreds of thousands of dollars" from the U.S. military in a scheme that went on for years, according to a federal indictment.


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The indictment says Roudy Pierre-Louis forged paperwork for cash advances by members of the United States Southern Command, known as SouthCom. The scheme ran from 2015 until August 2018, federal prosecutors say.

A judge in Charleston, South Carolina, issued an arrest warrant for the Haitian national Wednesday.

Read more from a Miami Herald article.

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