Prior to December, he had administrator access to the company’s shipping system. That month, he created a fake account to keep his administrator privileges before they were revoked, Pak said. Dobbins was fired March 2.
Just three days after he received his final severance payment, Dobbins used that fake account to delete or modify more than 100,000 records in his former company’s shipping system, the release said.
“Thanks to the quick reaction of the medical packaging company in contacting the FBI, we were able to react quickly and arrest this disgruntled employee,” said Chris Hacker, Special Agent in Charge of FBI Atlanta. “During this worldwide epidemic it is imperative that we make sure crucial medical supplies are not disrupted or diverted from the front lines of medical care.”
Dobbins is scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 16.
In other news:
People will have to wear masks in the city.