NYS Parole Officer charged with falsifying business records

GREENWICH,
N.Y. – A NYS Parole Officer is charged with falsifying business records after
State police say she confiscated contraband from parolees under her control and
failed to properly document or secure the items.

On January 16, 2014, an investigation by the New
York State Police in Greenwich and the New York State Police Community
Narcotics Enforcement Team- Capital Region, concluded with the arrest of Stacey
L. Sullivan, 43, of Greenwich.
 
Sullivan was charged with one felony count of Falsifying
business records in the first degree and one misdemeanor count of Official
misconduct.
 
The investigation revealed that during her course of
employment as a New York State Parole Officer, Sullivan confiscated contraband
from parolees under her control and failed to properly document or secure the
items. The contraband items consisted of steroids and prescription drugs and
admissions by Sullivan indicated personal use of these items over several
years.
 
At the conclusion of the criminal investigation, Officer
Sullivan was placed on suspension by her agency, pending internal hearings.
 
She was processed at the State Police barracks in
Greenwich and released with an appearance ticket returnable in the Town of
Rotterdam court.

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