** Pennsylvania EMS assistant chief arrested for fraud, forgery, and theft
UNITED STATES NEWS
** August 29th has been set as the next court date for a Pennsylvania EMS assistant chief accused of stealing more than $53,000 from his ambulance service. That is the word from Pennlive (Beck Metrick/June 12) which said Shippensburg resident Jeffrey J. Salisbury, 34, has been charged with several counts of forgery, tampering with records, receiving stolen property, access device fraud, and theft by deception. According to the newspaper, Salisbury, who was also his service’s fleet manager, allegedly pulled off the heists through falsifying time sheets, plundering the petty cash fund, and using the company gas card for personal purchases. Police became involved after the Cumberland Goodwill EMS Chief contacted police in August of last year. Salisbury remains out of jail on his own recognizance until the August hearing.