Even if Dalton warrant article calling for ouster passes, selectmen unlikely to step down
Reviewing a tape led to the arrest of then-Town Clerk Sandy York for allegedly stealing $100. District Court Judge Paul Desjardins ruled from the bench on Dec. 31, 2012, that York was not guilty. St. Cyr pointed out that he believes that there would be further charges against York — stealing slightly less than $350 — based on a report done by forensic auditor Karen Marie Carew of Carew & Wells PLLC of Concord. The matter is still under investigation, St. Cyr said. Asked if there would be an arrest, he replied, "I assume that there will be."
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