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Easton Man Pleads Guilty to Claiming Unearned Overtime

From January to June 2013, he put in for 300 hours of overtime that he did not work, falsely collecting $14,722, the New Jersey Attorney General's Office said.

An Easton man on Wednesday pleaded guilty to collecting thousands of dollars in unearned overtime pay by falsely claiming overtime shifts that he did not work.

Kyle Rounsaville, 50, was a technician for the N.J. Department of Transportation, the New Jersey Attorney General's Office said. From January to June 2013, he put in for 300 hours of overtime that he did not work, falsely collecting $14,722.

Rounsaville pleaded guilty to third-degree theft by unlawful taking. Under the terms of his plea arrangement, he must repay the $14,772, and prosecutors will recommend he be sentenced to 180 days in county jail.

Rounsaville will be sentenced July 18.
Tara White May 18, 2014 at 12:37 PM
That's funny, check EASD over time logs, hilarious, yes, I am back with more truth, hi !

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