Ex-disabilities official admits to st...

Ex-disabilities official admits to stealing $429K

There are 1 comment on the WHIOTV story from Apr 11, 2013, titled Ex-disabilities official admits to stealing $429K. In it, WHIOTV reports that:

The former business administrator of a local developmental disabilities center, accused of stealing approximately $429,000 in funds designated for benefits, has pleaded guilty to 15 felony counts.

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The Duke of Hazard

Phillipsburg, OH

#1 Apr 21, 2013
But, regardless of the stolen or wasted amount, it is the good intentions and thoughts that count; as we all should know according to the Welfare State media 'hos. It is Tea Party hate, if you doubt, suspect, check or hesitate being an empathetic sympathetic Santa Clause for such a worth cause. According to the best of the pests, we have to "invest" even more for the benefits of the differently-abled and the poor; including salaries, benefits, expenses and pensions that are never mentioned. So, will anybody else be fired before they get to retire or expire?

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