The Office of the Virgin Islands Inspector General released its report on the investigation of the disappearance of HIV test specimens from St. John, Virgin Islands. Although it could not be determined how or who was responsible, significant weaknesses in managerial controls were identified as a possible cause for the disappearance. The acting Commissioner of Health agreed with the findings and recommendations, and indicated that corrective actions were being implemented. To view the report, click here.
U.S. Attorney for the Virgin Islands David M. Nissman announced a two-count Federal Grand Jury indictment of Dr. Lucien A. Moolenaar, II, DDS for the conversion of Government funds. The indictment was based on an investigation by the Office of the Virgin Islands Inspector General. To view the press release, click here.
The Office of the Virgin Islands Inspector General released its investigative report on the operations of the Division of Personnel on St. Croix, Virgin Islands. Although no criminal misconduct was found, a number of serious discrepancies were found in the operations of the office. Twenty recommendations were made in the report. The Director of Personnel agreed with each recommendation, indicating in her response the corrective actions to be made. To view the report, click here.