Former GM Gets Sentenced To Community Service For Stealing From Station
July 22, 2010 at 12:01 PM (PT)
The former GM at MAUMEE VALLEY BROADCASTING ASSOCIATION Religion WPOS/HOLLAND-TOLEDO, OH, RICHARD L. WALDRON, has been sentenced to four years of community service after he pleaded no contest on MAY 5th to one count of aggravated theft from the station, reports the TOLEDO BLADE.
WALDRON pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated theft in the case, which involved a $25,000 theft using station checks and a credit card plus excessive reimbursement for health insurance, but six counts of forgery were dismissed. The sentence includes 90 days in work release, 200 hours of community service, and random drug and alcohol testing. WALDRON must also pay $17,645.95 in restitution to WPOS.