BROOKFIELD, Conn. -- Art Colley, the former Brookfield Public Schools’ finance director accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the school district, returned to court recently but did not have a chance to appear before a judge before the case was continued to a later date, according to News-Times.
Colley will now appear on June 1 in state Superior Court in Danbury. He was arrested twice last year and has pleaded not guilty to fraud charges, said News-Times.
His former assistant, Elizabeth Kerekes, who was also charged with larceny and fraud, has applied for a special probationary program, added News-Times.
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