HOUSTON – A 67-year-old Houston resident is set to appear
in federal court for her alleged role in an embezzlement scheme, announced U.S.
Attorney Ryan K. Patrick.
The criminal information, filed Nov. 25, charges Beverly
Davis with embezzlement and theft of Labor Union assets. She is set to appear
before U.S. Magistrate Judge Christina Bryan today at 10 a.m.
The charges allege Davis was an employee of
Communications Workers of America Local 6222 in Houston from 2010 to
2017. She allegedly used union funds to pay for personal expenses and
other unauthorized charges. By the time she ceased doing so in 2017, she had
embezzled union funds in the amount of $85,536.77, according to the
If convicted, Davis faces up to five years in federal
prison and a possible $10,000 maximum fine.
The U.S. Department of Labor-Office of Labor Management
Standards conducted the investigation. Assistant U.S. Attorney Rodolfo
Ramirez is prosecuting the case.