Kenyetta Wilbourn-Snapp is a former principal of the EAA's Denby High School and Mumford High School.
Documents unsealed today allege that Wilbourn-Snapp conspired with two people involved with an education consulting firm. Glynis Thornton and Paulette Horton were part of a company contracted to offer after school tutoring services to the EAA, the document says.
The indictment alleges that Wilbourn-Snap took kickbacks from Thornton and Horton. The feds say those kickbacks were meant to insure that Thornton and Horton's company, M.A.D.E. Training & Consulting, was kept on as a provider of contracted after school tutoring services.
The scheme alleged in the indictment involved checks being deposited to another company's accounts in order to hide payments to the former principal. This lasted from December 2012 until April 2014.
The three were charged with bribery, conspiracy, money laundering, tax evasion and failing to file taxes. The indictment had been sealed since July 16.