Former DMV manager charged with mail fraud
Posted September 15, 2011
Raleigh, N.C. — Federal authorities have charged a former state Division of Motor Vehicles district manager with three counts of mail fraud.
Bill Toman, 53, of Fayetteville, is accused of soliciting $15,000 from insurance companies in February 2009 for undercover operations in the DMV's Bureau of License and Theft and then pocketing the money, according to a criminal information filed Wednesday.
A criminal information often signals that a plea agreement has been reached before a case has been presented to a grand jury.
Toman resigned from the DMV two years ago after he was charged in Duplin County with buying stolen riding lawnmowers and then trying to impede a state investigation.