New York Teacher Union President Reports Missing Funds to Police
In a similar case to the Union City one, Guilderland Education Association President Maceo Dubose reported missing funds to the local police, who are looking into the incident. Tim O’Brien of the Timesunion.com has the story.
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The school district’s teachers union filed a complaint with police about embezzlement of its funds, President Maceo Dubose said Monday.
Dubose said how much money was taken has not yet been determined.
He declined to say who is responsible for any missing funds, saying only that the person suspected is a member of the local.
Capt. Curtis Cox of the Guilderland police said there has been no arrest yet.
“We do have that complaint, and our investigators are working on it,” he said.