67-year-old Victor Garo, a former US army range director, admitted that he helped steer federal contracts worth more than $18 million to a contractor.
According to court documents, from 2011 to 2018 Garo accepted over $100,000 worth of bribes from an employee of a federal contractor. The bribes included cash, vehicles, and firearms. Garo is scheduled to be sentenced in March of next year.
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