TRENTON, N. J., A retired Amtrak supervisor has admitted soliciting and accepting more than $ 7,000 worth of items from a New Jersey seller as a reward for spending more than $185,000.
Louis Moschitti pleaded guilty Tuesday to corruptly soliciting things of value, with the intent to be rewarded in connection with transactions of Amtrak, where he was a building and bridges supervisor.
Prosecutors say from April 2010 to July 2013, and it is Amtrak purchasing charge card to make more than $185,000 to the purchase of Bayway Lumber Linden. They say that he received a television, a camera, tires and a sound system as a reward for its official purchases.
The 68-year-old Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, resident faces up to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced in March.