The same day he was indicted on state-level charges of grand larceny and making false statements, Assemblyman Bill Scarborough on Wednesday was also indicted on federal charges of abusing reimbursement money.

Federal prosecutors allege Scarborough, a Queens Democrat, submitted 174 fraudulent per diem reimbursements between 2009 and the end of 2012.

According to the indictment, Scarborough received $40,000 more than legally entitled to during the three-year period, claiming that he was in Albany when he wasn’t or padding his time at the Capitol.

Records show Scarborough received $28,438 in reimbursements last year.

Scarborough’s offices in Albany and Queens were raided in March by the FBI. At the time, Scarborough denied any wrongdoing and acknowledged investigators were looking into his travel reimbursement.

The lawmaker was also indicted this morning on 23 counts of grand larceny and false statements stemming from misuse of his campaign finance account.

He becomes the third sitting state lawmaker to face federal charges. In the Senate, Sens. John Sampson, a Brooklyn Democrat, and Tom Libous, a Binghamton Republican, are both under federal indictment.

241609796 Filed Indictment by Nick Reisman