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Firefighter Tells Court He Didn't OK Checks
Barry Mcconaghey | January 18, 2007 at 01:06 pmby
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January 18, 2007 Pennsylvania - After a four-month hiatus, the battle between Plainfield Township Volunteer Fire Company and its Ladies Auxiliary returned to court. The auxiliary landed the first punch when a former fireman said his name had been forged on numerous checks written to the fire chief. Donald L. Holland Jr., a member of the fire company's Ways and Means Committee in 2000-01, testified he did not sign checks totaling $10,249 made out to Chief Tim Frankenfield, part owner of Continental ...