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Tioga Co. woman accused of stealing from union

An Owego woman has been accused of stealing more than $50,000 from a teachers union.

Amy Wales was the former treasurer of the Owego-Apalachin Employee’s Association, and now faces a grand larceny charge in Tioga County.

A three-month investigation started after reports that funds were being embezzled from the union’s accounts in the past year.

Wales faces a grand larceny charge.

 

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