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March 02, 2012

Ambulance service director accused of stealing fuel in Maine

Laurie Laweryson, 50, of North Anson, faces a felony theft charge

By Erin Rhoda
Morning Sentinel

BINGHAM, Maine — A former co-coordinator of a regional ambulance service who asked for additional town money for the organization in January was recently charged with stealing money from the service and fired by the board of directors.

Laurie Laweryson, 50, of North Anson, faces a felony theft charge for allegedly using the Upper Kennebec Valley Ambulance Service's gas card between July and January to buy about $2,000 worth of fuel for her personal use, according to Maine State Police Trooper Chris Crawford.

Full story: Ambulance service director accused of stealing fuel in Maine

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