Christian Gerald Desgroux, 57, was indicted by a grand jury on charges of pretending to be a U.S. Army lieutenant common, the U.S. Attorney’s Office to the Eastern District of North Carolina said in a very information launch.
Desgroux allegedly claimed to be headed to your classified briefing, and “asserted authority” to land a helicopter for the headquarters of Statistical Analysis Programs (SAS), in Cary, N.C. on Nov. six.
No particulars regarding the incident ended up produced, but an organization spokeswoman instructed WRAL Desgroux was “not a SAS employee and experienced no affiliation with our company.”
“At the time from the incident, SAS Security contacted local authorities, who dealt with your situation,” spokeswoman Shannon Heath instructed WRAL. “This was an isolated incident.”
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According to state felony information acquired because of the Information & Observer, Desgroux has pending fees from an alleged assault on a female from April 2017, misuse of your 911 system and violating a domestic violence protection order from May 2017. He also has pending rates on interfering with emergency communications, felony fleeing to elude arrest, misuse of the 911 system and misdemeanor stalking from December 2017.
SAS is the developer of analytics software based in Cary and turns “large amounts of data into knowledge you can use.”
The firm employs nearly 6,000 workers at its 900-acre campus, which features a soccer field, pool, daycare, and 9-hole disc golf course, in accordance to a profile last year by Business Insider.
If convicted, Desgroux faces a maximum of three years in prison, a $250,000 fine and a term of supervised release, in accordance for the U.S. Attorney’s Office.