METHUEN, MA — The former Comprehensive Grammar School head custodian accused of embezzling from her union is fighting to regain her job, according to the Eagle-Tribune.
In May, Beth Reuter was charged with 30 counts of larceny by check for a total of nearly $6,300, the article stated.
According to the article, Reuter plans to appeal the charges with the state Civil Service Commission.
Reuter was charged with embezzling less than half of what she actually took as the statute of limitations prevented police from charging her with anything prior to 2005, the article noted.
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