Mass man owes local ambulance company quarter of a million

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.—A Williamstown man will have to repay
nearly a quarter of a million dollars after he admitted to stealing it from a
local ambulance company.

Albert Miller, 59, pleaded guilty to Larceny after stealing
from a local ambulance company.

Miller was placed on three year's probation and will have to
pay $240,000 in restitution.

Police said Miller and his wife stole the money while they
handled the books for the village ambulance service.

The missing money was discovered two years ago and an
investigation confirmed that the money had been stolen over a five year period
beginning in 2006.

The case against Miller's wife is still pending.

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