Former Pennsylvania Corrections Officers’ Union Leaders Charged With Theft

Five former leaders of Pennsylvania’s corrections officers’ union have been charged with theft after police say they stole union funds by using credit cards for personal expenses and conspiring to conceal their actions.

The men were charged in a Harrisburg court last month following a financial crimes investigation led by the Pennsylvania State Police, which investigators said was prompted by the Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association’s own audit of questionable credit card purchases.

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