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Schenectady charity official facing charges

COO accused of diverting state money to fund no-show job

Jacquelyn Gentile leaves Schenectady County Court this morning with an unidentified man. Gentile had just pleaded not guilty to a multi-count indictment accusing her of diverting more than $1 million in funds to cover operational deficits and salaries.
Jacquelyn Gentile leaves Schenectady County Court this morning with an unidentified man. Gentile had just pleaded not guilty to a multi-count indictment accusing her of diverting more than $1 million in funds to cover operational deficits and salaries.
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A high-ranking officer in the Peter Young Housing, Industries and Treatment program was indicted Wednesday, accused of diverting more than $1 million in state funds elsewhere in the organization. Among the allegations against Jacquelyn Gentile are that she diverted money from the Schenectady-based charity that was intended to help people and instead using it to plug deficits and pay salaries. Among the salaries the money allegedly helped pay was a $50,000 job for former Assemblyman ...


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safny
July 30, 2014
6:59 p.m.

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This is a disgrace if any of it is true. Boyland is SUCH a sleaze. This is what happens when OUR money is handed out wholesale with no checks on what happens. Calling it a witch hunt hardly makes me think that they are all being indicted for no reason.

JIMOCONNOR
July 31, 2014
6:22 a.m.

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