Florida woman convicted after framing NASA employee in harassment and death threat plot

U.S. District Judge Carlos E. Mendoza sentenced Stacy R. Caruvana, 47, Rockledge, to six months in federal prison for falsifying records with the intent to obstruct and influence a federal investigation.

The court also sentenced Caruvana to one year supervised prison.

According to court documents, from May 2018 to May 2019, Caruvana attempted to create a NANSONE employee clarified that he had harassed and threatened to kill her.

First, Caruvana sent an “anonymous” letter to the NASA Office of Inspector General (OIG) alleging falsely that NASA employees had committed various types of misconduct. In addition, Caruvana purchased a second cell phone and sent threatening text messages to her own cell phone from the second phone, which she subsequently reported fraudulently to the agency. law enforcement that the threatening messages were sent by NASA personnel.

In the next process NASA OIG investigation, Caruvana spoofed purported emails from the victim’s NASA email account to make it look like he was threatening her, after which Caruvana sent these fake emails to an OIG agent of NASA.

Caruvana has also made multiple statements to NASA OIG staff, in which she perjured that NASA staff were still calling and threatening her. NASA OIG then executed a search warrant for Caruvana’s whereabouts. Evidence from computers at the mansion shows that Caruvana fabricated the emails she sent to the NASA OIG.

“I am extremely proud of the outstanding record of our agents and law enforcement partners in weeding out malicious and damaging false statements made by subjects, and at the same time protecting protect the integrity of the agency and the NASA workforce,” said NASA OIG Central, Field Office Special Agent Curtis Vaughn.

This incident has been investigated by the NASA Office of Inspector General and the Rockledge Police Department. It was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Chauncey A. Bratt.

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