Another person has pleaded guilty in a massive government fraud case in Albany.Kelli Durham, 33, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.Durham admitted she was the manager of an Albany trucking company that over-billed the Department of Defense for transporting equipment from MCLB Albany.She says she was paid more than $900,000 for her part in the scheme.Prosecutors say the government was over-charged between $7 million and $20 million between July 2008 and June 2012.At least $37 million went to the trucking company Durham worked for. That company has not been named in court documents.Prosecutors recommended Durham serve between 46 and 57 months in prison, and repay $905,000. She is now cooperating with the government's investigation.Durham is the 7th person to plead guilty in the case.
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