Former county employee theft investig...

Former county employee theft investigation results coming today

There are 105 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Jan 11, 2011, titled Former county employee theft investigation results coming today. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

York County District Attorney Tom Kearney will hold a news conference at 11 a.m. today to discuss the results of an investigation into former county Assistant Chief Clerk Vickie Glatfelter.

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Idaville, PA

#111 Jan 14, 2011
Coward wrote:
<quoted text>You nasty coward why don't you name names? If that stuff is (was)going on someone would have come forward. They always do eventually.
come on coward you know names are not coming. but you know who they are since you calling it out.
the executives know why they did nothing about her or the other employees who are committing improper acts at work and thereafter. if they tell then they are taken down with them. it means loss of huge salaries, loss of families, loss of livelihood they so have, loss of friendships, loss of family connections.
coward what happens is that those relationships taking place can be told from many staff within the county i am sure for every rumor there is fact that follows and can be validated. it will take the very few employees who have been there that keep all documentation and listen to every word to call it
so you may see more in the future or see people quitting. it always happens. pay to lay is live and strong in the county. that includes the city staff as well. the executives may not have know she was committing that alledged act of crime, but i am sure they knew to not ask too many questions because of what she may have knew about them in their "other" duties they conducted or other information she heard in that grapevine they have going on.
so they just assumed she was legit, when in fact she was a alledged criminal but that cant be she looked like us (there dumb statements) she went to our parties, ya ya ya

Whatever

Newville, PA

#112 Jan 14, 2011
Thou shall not steal!! Isn't this a God commandment? Sorry not a practicing Catholic, but was raised on the commandments. Oh, that's right, God is not a part of our legal system anymore. That's why we swear on the Bible. Any government worker should be held to the rules of government and God. God first of course, but government second. Your family is not to blame, but you are. As any respectful person of God, you can be forgiven, but what about the people who have paid your wages and are paying the price for what you have done. Greed is one of the seven deadly sins.
Daisy

Spring Grove, PA

#113 Jan 14, 2011
sma of York PA wrote:
Thumbs Up to Lori - she has some sense.
Most of you are making statements like you are saints and never made a bad decision or a wrong choice. Wait till you have all the facts to make your bigoted statements. And in case you haven't noticed over the past 10+ years the people of the white race are now the ones being discriminated against.
At least she didn't murder anyone.
I agree what she did was wrong but that gives nobody the right to make these horrible strong statements against her. You never know what someone in your family may do then I hope you choke on your words.
I'm sure she has already paid dearly with shame and embarrassment over this situation, and will probably continue to pay for it in this way the rest of her life. Think of her family and what they are going through especially if she has children.
No one is perfect.
Anything that her family is "going through" right now is a consequence of her own actions. So I guess "shame and embarassment" is enough punishment for stealing and embezzling money? When someone robs a bank should they just put their names on the news and let them live their lives without punishment because the "shame and embarassment" compensates for their actions?
Whatever

Newville, PA

#114 Jan 14, 2011
Daisy wrote:
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Anything that her family is "going through" right now is a consequence of her own actions. So I guess "shame and embarassment" is enough punishment for stealing and embezzling money? When someone robs a bank should they just put their names on the news and let them live their lives without punishment because the "shame and embarassment" compensates for their actions?
I agree, she knew what she was doing and during this time she should have known the consequences if caught. No thoughts to her family. My children, father , nieces and nephews and brothers come first before I would become part of illegal activities. Of course, my MOM is in Heaven now so I can't include her.
sickened

United States

#115 Jan 17, 2011
Lori Beck wrote:
I have known Mrs. Glayfeiter for along time, she made a grave mistake as all people do in some point in their life. She is a Good person in her heart, and would do anything to help friend's and family out in their time of trouble. I ask of the people to forgive her, for she is not a bad person, she just made some bad choice's as we all do. She is a wonderful mother and wife and grandmother and friend, I will be praying for her. Will you to, PLEASE.
Wow even rob them because that is what she did to every tax payer, throw the book at her! I could only wish this will go to jury trial and I were lucky enough to be a jury member and help decide her future!! Forgive her now thats funny!!

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