Items taken include two credit cards, a debit card, a $30 gift card, a driver’s license, a school ID and about $30 in cash
A credit card taken from a student's missing coin purse was used to purchase gasoline at two Geneva gas stations, Geneva police reports said. A neighbor called a Geneva mom to say she found her daugher's purse at around 8:30 a.m. Feb. 12. The neighbor later told police she had found the purse while she was walking on Glengarry Drive. A cosmology card had been left in the purse, which was how the neighbor knew who it belonged to. The Geneva mom initially thought her daughter had left the purse on top of their car and lost it when they drove off. But later that day, the mom was notified by her bank that there were unauthorized transactions on her credit card. At around 3 p.m., the mom e-mailed the Geneva Police Department saying her daughter…
Geneva Streets Superintendent Steve LeMaire is formally indicted of theft, online deception and official misconduct.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, February 6, 2012
Geneva Streets Superintendent Steve LeMaire has been taken into police custody and formally indicted on charges of theft, online theft by deception and Official Misconduct. On Friday (Feb. 3), a grand jury formally indicted LeMaire on the criminal charges listed below: LeMaire surrendered himself to the Geneva Police on Saturday, Feb. 4. While at the Police Department, he was processed, posted the required $2,500 bail and was then released from custody. The misuse of funds originally was discovered on Jan. 11, when Director of Public Works Dan Dinges was reviewing a monthly credit card statement and noticed purchases made by LeMaire that seemed suspicious. Past purchases were re-examined, revealing many additional purchases made by …