CFO, a former trucking company, pledged $ 245 million worth of shares


MILWAUKEE (AP) – The licensed CFO of a former trucking company based in Wisconsin is being charged as part of the federal government's ongoing investigation into what the authorities describe as "complex."

Peter Armbruster, a Milwaukee 60-year-old activist, surrendered himself on Tuesday, one day after indictment of 19 charges against him and the loss of two former controllers of Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc.

The other two men, Bret Naggs and Mark Wogsland, were arrested in their suburban homes in Milwaukee last summer after being charged.

Andrew DeVooght, the lawyer for Armbruster, says his client "is guilty of none of the allegations contained in the indictment and looks forward to the possibility to prove his innocence ".

The lawyers for Naggs and Wogsland did not respond to the calls for comment.

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