Thursday, September 15, 2011

Charges Tossed in Newtown FedEx Case

Haven't confirmed it yet, but Newtown Township Supervisor George Wood called to tell me that the theft charges against him and George Clement and Marie Richards have all been thrown out by Springfield District Justice Anthony Scanlon.

Wood had been charged with misappropriating a lousy $21 to the township's FedEx account for personal use, Richards, $32 and Clement $90.76.

Scanlon dimissed the charges against all three of them, Wood said.

I asked him if he had any comment about it.

"Nope," he said. "I'm still hesitant to say anything. Only that it's bittersweet... It's sweet that it's over, but bitter that it happened."

Charges against township secretary Gwen Toyzer for allegedly stealing more than $1,000 from the account, have yet to be resolved.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why would george wood call you . The four amigos - mike gillin joe Catania Ross lambert and jack Pund just seem to get egg on their faces at every decision they make . What's great about this is gillin walks away clean and Catania and Pund go on the stand testify under oath and look and sound like morons!!!!! Great job again mike- let the bozos do your dirty work. You have to hand it to gillin- He knows how to cover behind!

September 15, 2011 at 11:57 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pathetic.... politics at it's worst. The Fedex abuse is the least of the abuse at supervisors hands. To involve the C.I.D. in this was petty politics at best. How much does Newtown Twp spend on health insurance for these guys. No other similar township in the state provides this coverage. To those who claim to deserve it, due to the low pay, you didn't have to run for the position.

September 29, 2011 at 8:51 AM 
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