The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

September 10, 2013

UPDATE – CTC reopens after day-long shutdown by federal investigators

Randy Griffith

JOHNSTOWN — Concurrent Technology Corp. facitilities have reopened after federal investigators spent the day executing search warrants at the Richland Township facilities, a company spokeswoman confirmed.

"Our offices are now open and the Company will continue its renowned service to our clients and partners," Mary Bevan said in an emailed statement just after 6:30 p.m.

The brief press release marked the end of a long day for CTC leaders that began when employees were arriving for work this morning.

"All I know is that employees showed up work today and there were federal investigators at our offices," Bevan said this morning.

"The investigators were turning employees away, saying these facilities are shut down for several hours."

Department of Defense agents were leading the investigation, executing federal search warrants.

"We don't know the nature of it," Bevan said. "They are meeting with our security officers now."

David J. Hickton, United States Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania, issued a statement today in response to media inquiries.

"On Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013, special agents from the Defense Criminal Investigative

Services, Internal Revenue Service - Criminal Investigation, and Air Force Office of Special

Investigations executed search warrants at two locations in Johnstown, Pa., - 128 Industrial Park and 100 CTC Drive - as part of an ongoing federal investigation,” Hickton said.

The Industrial Park Road building is CTC's Environmental Technology facility while the CTC Drive location is the company's Systems Technology building.