Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Earning $120,000 was not Enough

MANCHESTER — The former director of the Manchester School Driver Education program was indicted for allegedly stealing more than $12,000 in cash that students paid for driving lessons, according to a prosecutor.
Michael Dubisz, 55, of 14 Morse Drive, Hooksett, was indicted by a Hillsborough County Superior Court Northern District grand jury on a felony charge of theft by deception. Dubisz, a former Hooksett School Board member who resigned his board seat in April 2013, citing personal reasons, earned nearly $120,000 in 2010 running the driver education program — a salary topped in the district only by then-superintendent Thomas Brennan Jr.   To read the rest of the story visit the Union Leader.

Future thefts could helped to be avoided by having checkbooks on line for people to follow the money. 


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