Northumberland County corrections officer accused of stealing items from prison commisary
A corrections officer at a state prison in Coal Township is accused of stealing $21 worth of items from the prison's officer dining room over a three-week span in May and June, according to State Police. Michael John Pugh, 46, of Coal Township, is charged with 10 counts of theft by unlawful taking and 10 counts of receiving stolen property, police say.
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