Sunday, November 08, 2009

Behavior only covered while working?

Are Connecticut Judicial Branch only immune from honest investigations, audits, and prosecution if they are "working" for taxpayer funds? [post]

Judicial License to Steal?

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Court Officer Accused Of Larceny Forgery

The Hartford Courant

November 8, 2009

CHESTER (Connecticut) - The losing candidate for first selectman in Tuesday's election, who works as a state Supreme Court police officer, has been arrested on forgery and larceny charges related to the sale of a car.

Charles DellaRocco, 41, of Bartkiewicz Road, turned himself in at the Westbrook barracks on Thursday. He is due in Superior Court in Middletown Nov. 17.

DellaRocco is a former Old Saybrook police officer. He took a furlough day Friday and will be on desk duty when he returns to work, said a judicial department spokesperson. DellaRocco is charged with second-degree forgery and third-degree larceny. The police began their investigation in July.

— David Owens

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