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Saying he was mystified at why a man with two decades of community volunteer work would suddenly start embezzling money, a federal judge on Friday sentenced the former finance director of the Town of Plymouth to 30 months in prison. When David Bertnagel gets out of prison, he has to repay the $808,000 that he swindled and then come up with $146,000 for federal taxes that he never paid, Judge Jeffrey Meyer ordered. Comment?
The Good Old Boys will host the sixth annual "Remember When Dance" on April 18 to benefit the Prudence Crandall Center of New Britain. The BYOB dance with live music is planned for 7 to 11 p.m. at Saint George Greek Hall, 301 West Main St. Tickets are $20 per person. Comment?
Accused by investigators of embezzling more than $800,000 from the town, former Finance Director David Bertnagel pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to charges of theft and filing a false tax return. Bertnagel could face up to 13 years in prison. Comment?
Firefighters in Putnam responded to a home on Grove Street shortly after 5 a.m. Monday. Officials say an elderly woman died and a man was taken to a hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. Comment?
The town announced Wednesday that it is hiring an independent auditor and has suspended its finance director after discovering that money may be missing from municipal accounts. Town officials aren't specifying how much is involved or giving any other details, but said there are questionable accounting entries in the town's books dating back for more than a year. Comment?
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