Six Rockland County employees are facing charges for submitting timesheets for hours they did not work.
After a six-week investigation into corruption inside the county’s Environmental Resources department, the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office made the arrests on Wednesday, December 7.
When Rockland County Executive Ed Day heard about problems in the Parks Department, he decided to launch an investigation.
Theodore Brovarski, the chief of police operations, said that the six suspects were charged with various counts of forgery of company records, official misconduct, and petit larceny.
These individuals have been detained:
Haverstraw native Alexis R. Slade, age 35. There were 23 of each charge brought against her.
Bardonia native Richard J. Siddi, age 36. There were 13 of each type of charge brought against him.
Stony Point native and 52-year-old Timothy K. Trimble. Each of the charges against him was multiplied by 60.
46-year-old New Windsor native and Orange County resident Thomas L. Starr. He faces 94 total counts on each charge.
Christopher A. Quinones, a 30-year-old Westtown resident, and Orange County native, was arrested in May. There were 27 of each charge brought against him.
Georgie J. Cruz, age 41, of Bloomingburg, Sullivan County. He was accused of 25 counts of fabricating company documents and official misconduct in addition to 27 counts of petit larceny.
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After being questioned and booked on the aforementioned counts, the six were released with tickets to appear in the Town of Haverstraw Justice Court on Monday, December 19.
Day claimed that the situation had been passed over to police enforcement because “this administration has zero tolerance for this type of behavior.”