A man is facing charges after police say he broke into the Office of the Inspector General.
It’s employees who you expect to find inside the Office of the Inspector General.
But last Sunday, police said it was Robert Burkhart who made an unwelcome visit.
“If somebody wants access they can gain access. There’s a lot ways,” said Allan Bachman, an education manager with the Association of Certified Fraud Inspectors.
In this case it was as simple as walking into an unsecured exterior door.
An arrest warrant said Burkhart came around the corner of a cubicle, charged at the security guard and police officer and struck the officer with a red folder before being taken down by a stun gun.
“They may have specific folders on individual cases they’re working. Leads, interview lists, contact information. That kind of thing,” added Bachman.