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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Former Shinglehouse Library Director Gets Probation


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11 comments :

Anonymous said...

They should have thrown the books at her

Anonymous said...

So what happened to the other that was accused???
Still investigating her or did she read enough law books

Anonymous said...

Big deal.............a slap on the wrist one again for a thief. If we would make an example out of these people, maybe it wouldn't happen as often. Stealing from a poor library.................come onnnnnnnnnnnn

Anonymous said...

Neither of these women should be allowed to hold positions in organizations where they have access to any money. I wish there were a way to warn the poor people in Syracuse.

Anonymous said...

My son stole $1,800 worth of SCRAP metal, and has to pay back over $12,000, plus community service, plus probation. He was 18, just a "legal" adult when he made a very bad choice. He should be punished, but somehow this lady's punishment doesn't quite compare to his...

Anonymous said...

Come on bad choice! Makes me laugh when people justify wrong doing with "made a bad choice" Your first sentence was spot on but then back track with bad choice. Now not knowing all the reason why the punishment is so far apart I will say your son has a better chance of learning what he did was wrong and may stop it from ever happeining again. The woman probably not if she is in the position of getting her hands on someone's or organizations money again. It has been proven if they don't distance themselves from the opportunity they most likely will do it again. Good luck to your son and hope he refrains from wrong doing.

Anonymous said...

who was the second person?

Anonymous said...

This is from an article on Solomon's Word July 2012.....Yesterday, June 13, 2012, charges were filed against Former Oswayo Valley Memorial Library Director Tammy Ann Ray and former Library Board Member and President Rebeccah Dickerson in connection with several thousand dollars of suspected non-library purchases made by Ms. Ray and Ms. Dickerson for personal use. Tammy Ann Ray was the director of the Oswayo Valley Memorial Library from January 2005 until October 2011. Rebeccah Dickerson joined the board in 2007 and was Board President from January 2011 until March 2012, at which time she resigned.

Anonymous said...

I disagree, her son was eighteen. Boys generally mature at a younger age. You don't know the story, perhaps he was booted from the house, Mom and dad may have been showing tough love, and during that time, he made a bad choice. Don't be so fast to judge. He was given a very harsh sentence, I hope he is now a productive member of society. Our librarian is older, and was entrusted with money, a good portion of it ..from donations and trust funds, estate etc. She chose to steal and purchase goods for herself. She now has probation for two years, will have to cough up a probation fee of $ 50.00 per month. I'm sure she is devastated. It's a matter of who ya know! The justice system is not fair. Chum up to some lawyers, a few police officers, a judge or two for an extra bonus. Life will be a little sweeter should you run into trouble. < Did I just just make a judgement ? Yep... But it's true, and sadly we all know it! :(

Anonymous said...

never woulda happened if there had been more free 'bama hand outs for potter county

Anonymous said...

This is to 6:20. When I say my son made a bad choice, I didn't mean to imply I was excusing him in any way. He messed up big time, and life is all about the choices you make, good or bad, you will have consequences, and he had a very bad one, and is still paying the price. I feel they were hard on him, only for the fine, but I hope at the same time this will straighten him up. Nothing harder than seeing your children taking the wrong path. Hurts deep inside. I just feel these women are getting off easier than my son, and maybe that is a good thing for him. I also agree with 2:21 that the justice system is always about justice. We were told if my son could pay the fine in full, $12,000 plus within a week, the felony charge would be dropped. Now, who besides people with money can do that?!! I made my son stand his ground as much as he could, and not plead to a felony, but to take it to trial. They finally gave in, and let it be a Misdemeanor. I didn't think it would be fair for a felony to follow him his whole life because of something he did at a very young age. However, if he does something that stupid again, it's on him.