Probation in ink cartridge case
Posted on Citizens' Voice
, by Robert L. Baker
TUNKHANNOCK — "A former Wyoming County Public Safety Director was sentenced to two years probation, $750 restitution and $2,000 in fines in two separate cases — one of which involved the purchase of more than $90,000 in printer ink cartridges the county may never use.
Court records revealed a two-year investigation focused on Debra Raimondi, 60, of New Milford, was launched after current public safety director Jeff Porter reported the office he took over in 2014 was inundated with ink cartridges.
Porter told Wyoming County Chief Detective David Ide the center had one printer and “You would be lucky if you used one ink cartridge a year.”
Porter’s inventory revealed..." [read more www.citizensvoice.com