Officials Eye Embezzlement in Long Island School District

Print
From cars and computers to dry-cleaning and groceries – no personal expense was too big, or too small, to be charged to the Roslyn, Long Island, public schools, according to an investigation into embezzlement by school officials. A list of $7.8 million worth of suspicious transactions compiled by Roslyn’s former auditor identifies payments that include
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.