On July 14, 2023, a former BOP employee previously assigned to the Federal Correctional Complex Victorville (FCC Victorville) in California was sentenced to 1 year of probation, including 6 months of home detention, a fine of $4,000, and restitution to the BOP in the amount of $3,479.20 (which has already been paid in full), for one count of concealment and retention of stolen government property. Kevin Summers was sentenced in the Central District of California. According to the factual statement in support of the guilty plea, between on or about January 11, 2019, and on or about March 13, 2020, Summers knowingly concealed and retained stolen BOP property valued at over $33,000. Specifically, Summers directed an inmate worker at the UNICOR factory located at FCC Victorville to manufacture equipment from BOP-owned materials and refurbished BOP-owned equipment for the defendant’s personal use. In addition, according to the factual statement, Summers sold stolen metal owned by the BOP as scrap metal to third parties. The investigation was conducted by the OIG’s Los Angeles Field Office.