Law enforcement agents executing search warrants at home, business of state Rep. Stapleton

In April, newly-appointed Albuquerque Public Schools Superintendent Scott Elder submitted a letter to the New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas referencing “Suspected Violations of Governmental Conduct Act and Procurement Code.” 

Investigators are looking into Rep. Stapleton’s connections to Robotics Management Learning Systems LCC, a D.C. company that has done business with APS since 2006.  

According to the warrant, every invoice issued by Robotics to APS was for an even dollar amount, no cents, and in unchanging amounts over the years. Most were reportedly for $40,000. In all, APS paid Robotics more than $5.3 million. 

Rep. Stapleton is also directly involved with four companies that received payments from Robotics.

Evidence suggests that she was eventual…

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