Security guard indicted for outing a federal investigation www.privateofficer.com
ST. LOUIS MO. DEC 22 2012 A security guard has been indicted in federal court here for allegedly outing a federal investigation by the Social Security Administration, charging documents claim.
The indictment says that Mamie Wills, 66, was working as a security guard at an unidentified St. Louis County office building when on April 4, she spotted an officer of the Social Security Administration’s Cooperative Disability Investigations Unit tailing a man who was claiming to be disabled. The man was going to a medical appointment in the building.
Wills apparently became suspicious and wrote down the license plate number of one officer’s car, causing another officer to “intervene” and tell her who they were and that they were conducting an investigation, the indictment says.
When their target left, Wills told him that he was being followed and videotaped by investigators, the indictment claims.
Wills was indicted on a witness tampering charge Dec. 13 and appeared in U.S. District Court here Wednesday to plead not guilty to the charge.
Source-St Louis Dispatch