Owasco highway superintendent pleads guilty to misdemeanor

2011-03-31T11:57:00Z 2011-04-01T11:09:58Z Owasco highway superintendent pleads guilty to misdemeanorThe Citizen staff report Auburn Citizen
March 31, 2011 11:57 am  • 

The town of Owasco's highway superintendent pleaded guilty to misdemeanor falsifying business records in exchange for a one-year conditional discharge Wednesday, satisfying felony charges.

Michael Wilson, of 7063 Owasco Road, was indicted in April 2010 of submitting a forged time sheet for his son on two occasions and for failing to read his own water meter for a period of two years.

A county judge had dismissed the water meter charges based on a lack of evidence, but the Cayuga County District Attorney's Office re-indicted the charges after presenting more evidence to a grand jury.

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