An office at 1901 Ft. Myer Drive was raided, as was a townhouse just north of Rosslyn. So far, the FBI Washington Field Office is mum on the details.
“We are serving search warrants at multiple locations in Arlington this morning,” said spokesman Andrew Ames. “There is nothing public at the moment that we can share.”
A source tells ARLnow.com that the FBI was searching offices of the Rosslyn- based University of Management and Technology. The house that was searched is owned by the private university’s academic dean, according to property records.
UMT’s U.S. website is currently down, though a Hong Kong-based website for UMT is still active. The school offered degrees in criminal justice, homeland security, information technology and business administration, among other areas of study. It advertised itself as “military friendly,” and accepted military personnel using the G.I. Bill. The school also accepted foreign students using F-1 visas and sponsored J-1 visa international exchange students.
According to a U.S. Department of Commerce web page, UMT has
“deep roots in the Federal sector” and academic dean Dr. J.
Davidson Frame is a “world-class leader in project and acquisition
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