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Memphis Man Sentenced To 15 Months For Intimidating
A Federal Employee

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 19, 2012

Memphis, Tenn.- Frederick B. Norfleet, 41, of Memphis, Tennessee was sentenced today to 15 months
incarceration, one year of supervised release, and no victim contact by Chief Judge Jon P. McCalla for
violating Title 18 U.S.C. ยง 111, Intimidation or interference with federal employees on account of the
performance of their duties, announced United States Attorney Edward L. Stanton, III, and Special Agent
in Charge Quentin G. Aucoin, Southeast Field Office, Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General .

Norfleet, a veteran utilizing the services of the Department of Veteran Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation
and Employment Counseling program undertook a calculated course of conduct designed to intimidate,
interfere with, and harass two vocational rehabilitation counselors in March 2011.

This case was investigated by the Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General. The case was prosecuted
by Assistant United States Attorneys Erin Everitt and Fred Godwin on behalf of the government.

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