What did federal agents confiscate from Pilot Flying J headquarters?

4:30 PM, Apr 22, 2013   |    comments
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It's been one week since FBI and IRS agents raided Pilot Flying J headquarters on Lonas Drive in West Knoxville.

New court documents give us new details about what they confiscated.
Also see: Pilot Flying J puts managers on leave, takes steps to repair relationships

Federal agents collected nine boxes worth of evidence. The evidence comes from multiple spots inside Pilot Flying J headquarters.  Federal agents took evidence from six different rooms or cubicles.  Most came from desks, filing areas, conference rooms, and several offices.

So what type of items are we talking about?

Among the collected evidence: discount/addition change forms, rebate spreadsheets and discount spreadsheets.   In addition, a couple of desktop computers, an external hardrive, and a laptop.

One thing to note is the amount of handwritten pieces of evidence the FBI and IRS confiscated.   The inventory list from the search warrant details handwritten notes with customer names and price agreements, handwritten computer guidelines, and other unspecified handwritten notes.

Also taken, directions for setting up direct bill payments, and directions for manual rebates.

In all, federal agents collected 29 different groups of evidence.

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