P.S. 29 Ex-Treasurer Makes Payment, Avoids Prison

Providence Hogan, the former PTA treasurer at P.S. 29 in Cobble Hill, pleaded guilty to grand larceny in Brooklyn State Supreme Court on Tuesday and made an initial payment of $50,000, avoiding a prison sentence. According to a report in The New York Times, Hogan has two years to pay back the rest of the money she embezzled — $32,392.91. Hogan will also have to serve five years probation.


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