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Two Air Force members face federal indictments for housing fraud

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Two members of the US Air Force face federal indictments.  According to court documents filed in the District Court of Guam today, Rodney M. Kidd is accused of submitting a bogus real estate rental lease with his landlord to substantiate his false and fraudulent claim for Overseas Housing Allowance. In total, he allegedly received close to $55,000 in Overseas Housing Allowance funds that he was not entitled to. Kidd is scheduled to be arraigned on February 18.

Joining him will also be another Air Force servicemember, Gillian Gallardo. She also is accused of fraudulently obtaining over $50,000 in overseas housing allowance by submitting fictitious rental leases to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.
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