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Police: Former parole officer filed false time cards, took in $66k

Police: Former parole officer filed false time cards, took in $66k

A former state parole officer is in trouble, for filing false time sheets, and landing more than $65,000 before he got caught.

Angelo Ervolina of Auburn faces multiple charges, including grand larceny.

State Police investigators say Ervolina, who is now retired, electronically filed false records over a span of nearly two years.

Ervolina worked as a Senior Parole Officer for the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision.

He was arraigned this week in a Seneca County court and released.

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