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Father Peter Young halfway house exec charged

Ex-resident faces theft allegations

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Dennis Bassat once credited the Rev. Peter Young for saving him from a life of crime. Now, the 53-year-old Troy man who rose from being a resident at 820 River St. to one of Young’s executives stands accused of bilking more than $200,000 from the multimillion-dollar, taxpayer-funded halfway house over a four-year period ending in February 2011. State authorities believe he wrote bogus checks he represented as operating expenses for River Street, had them cashed ...


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rsmall803
December 20, 2012
1:24 p.m.

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this is why i no longer give to charities.

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