One day after the resignation of Insurance Commissioner Chuck Quackenbush, a former aide has been targeted in a criminal probe alleging he accepted kickbacks while on the job. Attorney General Bill Lockyer opened the investigation of George Grays after evidence surfaced that he had taken a “substantial amount” of money from a Sacramento football camp.
Grays, who resigned from the department of insurance after the Northridge earthquake scandal broke, had allegedly given the camp $263,000 in donations from the non-profit foundation set up with Northridge settlement monies. Grays also faces a civil lawsuit by Lockyer for his role in establishing and running the foundation.
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