Ex-Sussex County assistant librarian goes into pre-trial program for $500 theft
SPARTA - A former assistant librarian at a Sussex County library was admitted today into the state's pre-trial intervention program for stealing more than $500 in library fines that were paid by patrons for overdue and lost books.
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#1 Mar 8, 2011
Ironic that this humble employee was enabled to steal, aided by inadequate controls at our excellent well patronized library, while other officials and township employees in better paid jobs have stolen or received much more during the past 10 years or so. Corruption still exists in Sparta. The taxpayers need to be protected from the higher priced thieves. This person was prosecuted because it was easy. Wake up. Sparta taxpayers!Warning to would be cheats:We are watching more closely now!
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