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Spy Graphics Update for Jonathan and Diana Toby, former Denver teachers

Today, October 12, Jonathan and Diana Toby are scheduled to appear in federal court in Martinsburg, West Virginia, charged with selling restricted information about nuclear-powered submarines to an FBI agent posing as a representative of a foreign government.

A few short years ago, Toebbes appeared quite differently – in classrooms before students in Kent Denver, among the finest private education facilities in Colorado, where they worked as teachers.

Oh, yes: the case against the couple revolves in part over the contents of a peanut butter sandwich, a pack of gum and a Band-Aid bowl.

Kent Denver has confirmed That both Toebbes worked in the school’s science department, and the institution is prominently mentioned on their LinkedIn pages, which are still online. The page For Jonathan, 42, he cites his work dates in 2005-2008, after which he attended the Colorado School of Mines, where he earned a master’s degree in nuclear engineering while receiving a 3.98 grade point average. No doubt this background helped him land his most recent assignment, as a nuclear engineer in the Department of the Navy assigned to the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, shortened as Naval Reactors. As part of the job, he obtained national security clearance through the US Department of Defense and had access to restricted information about the design of the nuclear submarine.

LinkedIn Diana page, who reveals that her maiden name was Smay, Old; It claims that the 45-year-old started at Kent Denver in 2005 and is still on staff. But she also notes that she began teaching at Key School in Annapolis, Maryland, where the couple now lives with their two children, in August 2012.

Ministry of Justice release About the couple, released October 10, states that Toebbes was arrested October 9 in Jefferson County, West Virginia, by agents with the FBI and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. “For about a year,” the couple reportedly sold information known as “restricted data” regarding the design of nuclear-powered warships to someone they believed represented a foreign power. In fact, this person was an undercover FBI agent. Toebbes was charged in a criminal complaint allegedly violating the Atomic Energy Act.

On April 1, 2020, the department’s account continues, Jonathan allegedly “sent a package to a foreign government, listing the return address in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, containing a sample of the restricted data and instructions to create a confidential relationship to purchase additional restricted data.” Shortly thereafter, he was charged by “corresponding via encrypted email with a person believed to be a representative of the foreign government. This person was actually an undercover FBI agent. Jonathan Toby continued this correspondence for several months, leading to an agreement to sell the restricted data for thousands of dollars in cryptocurrency.”

More than a year later, on June 8, 2021, the secret agent sent Jonathan Toby $10,000 in cryptocurrency as a “goodwill” payment. Shortly thereafter, on June 26, Jonathan and Diana Toby traveled to a location in West Virginia. There with Diana Toby acting as the watcher, Jonathan Toby placed an SD card hidden inside a peanut butter half sandwich in a prearranged ‘Met’ location. In return, Jonathan Toby emailed the secret agent a decryption key for the SD card. A review of the SD card revealed that it contained restricted data related to offshore nuclear reactors.

The Feds stress that the scheme did not end there. On August 28, “Jonathan Toby dropped the SD card again in East Virginia, this time hiding the card in a pack of gum,” the department’s release continues. After paying Toebbe $70,000 in cryptocurrency, the FBI received a decryption key for the card. It also contained restricted data related to the submarine’s nuclear reactors. The FBI arrested Jonathan and Diana Toby on October 9, having so far placed another SD card in ‘Dead Drop’ prearranged at a second location in West Virginia.

The affidavit against Toebbes is 24 pages long and contains intricate details about further alleged activities, including a drop at a location in Pennsylvania on July 31, 2021, in which an SD card was hidden “in a sealed first aid wrap with tape. -Help inside a Zip bag. Lock is clear. The card is said to have been accompanied by a long message from “Alice”, the codename that prosecutors believe Jonathan used. The text concludes with this: “My friend, we both took great risks to get to this point, and luckily we’ll have a lot to celebrate soon!”

This luck did not hold. And now, Kent Denver students from years past will have very different reactions when they think of their old science teachers, whose alleged spy games elicited a statement from Attorney General Merrick Garland. “The complaint alleges a conspiracy to transfer information regarding the design of our nuclear submarines to a foreign country,” he said. “The work of the FBI, Department of Justice prosecutors, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, and the Department of Energy was critical in thwarting the plot accused in the complaint and taking this first step in bringing the perpetrators to justice.”

Click to read a file USA vs. Jonathan Toby and Diana Toby.


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