Former Savona Mayor arraigned on charges related to defrauding the Village

Former Savona Mayor arraigned on charges related to defrauding the VillageSource: Office of the State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoliFormer Savona Mayor Gregge Harrian was arraigned in Steuben County Court today on felony charges of five counts of offering a false instrument for filing and five counts of misdemeanor falsifying business records. As Mayor, Harrian allegedly submitted fraudulent vouchers and falsified records to trick the village into paying his personal expenses. “Mr. Harrian allegedly abused his authority to deceive the residents he was supposed to serve,” State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli said, “I thank District Attorney Brooks Baker and Sheriff James Allard for bringing Mr. Harrian to justice and for our continued partnership to fight public corruption.”Harrian, 52, resigned his position and left the state after allegedly submitting dozens of unsupported, false, inaccurate or unfounded mileage and purchase claims, according…

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