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Click2Houston.com - News - Former Houston Administrator Pleads Guilty In Corruption Case
Monique McGilbra, former director of Houston's Building Services Department, entered the plea Friday in Cleveland.
As part of a plea deal, McGilbra
, 41, also will plead guilty to conspiracy next week in a Houston federal court.She
has agreed to cooperate with federal investigators and prosecutors in the case.McGilbra
faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison, a $250,000 fine and three years of supervised release.She
was accused of accepting a $4,500 trip to the 2002 Super Bowl, a $700 Louis Vuitton purse and other perks in exchange for helping Cleveland businessmen win an energy contract with the city of Houston.
The contract involved evaluating ways to reduce energy expenditures at city facilities.McGilbra
was among six people indicted in January by a Cleveland grand jury over allegations of corrupt activity in Houston, New Orleans and Ohio.
The grand jury indicted Houston residents ...
The grand jury indicted Houston residents Andrew A. Schatte, 54, and Michael D. Surface, 44, for conspiring to bribe and to deprive the citizens of Houston of the honest services of Monique McGilbra, then-Director of the city's Building Services Department (BSD).
In addition, Schatte and Surface were charged with substantive counts of honest services wire fraud, and Surface was also charged with making false statements to FBI agents investigating their relationship with McGilbra
The indictment charges that Schatte and Surface, operating a company called The Keystone Group Inc.
, offered and gave McGilbra
a series of things of value directly and through her boyfriend to influence her in her official capacity in connection with her administration of two city contracts -- one for the development of the Houston Emergency Center
and another to develop a consolidated fire station and administrative offices for the Houston Fire Department
...From January 2000 until April 2003, McGilbra served as director of the BSD -- the city department responsible for building, leasing, and maintaining city building.
Among the things of value Schatte and Surface provided to McGilbra
were cash, meals, drinks, Houston Texans football tickets, use of a condominium in Northern California, travel expenses for a trip to San Antonio, and a $1,000 gift certificate.
Hardeman provided monthly payments to McGilbra
out of the Keystone payments.
...In May 2003, McGilbra pled guilty to conspiring to accept, in order to be influenced in her official capacity, the things of value from Keystone and other items from another Houston contractor, Gary Thacker.
was sentenced to concurrent sentences of 36 months in Cleveland and 30 months in Houston.
Both Hardeman and McGilbra
have cooperated in the Cleveland and Houston cases.