A former White House supervisor is facing a federal criminal charge, accused of doctoring time sheets and pocketing taxpayers' money, according to FBI records obtained by the News4 I-Team.
Andrea Turk was scheduled to appear in D.C. federal court Thursday afternoon for a preliminary hearing on a charge of theft of government property.
According to the FBI records, Turk executed a scheme to manipulate time sheets for personal gain while serving as a manager who oversaw and approved time sheets and employee work schedules at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
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Turk — who was fired from her job at the White House in 2013, according to court records — served as White House Director of Information Services beginning in 2009.
She did not immediately return messages seeking comment.