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Police: Malta man stole over $250,000 while working for Moreau business

Police: Malta man stole over $250,000 while working for Moreau business

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Thomas J. Jaronski

Jaronski

MOREAU — A Malta man was arrested on Thursday after police said he stole over $250,000 while working as the chief financial officer for Hillman Companies in Moreau.

Thomas J. Jaronski, 69, of 3 Plum Poppy South, is accused of taking the money during a period from September 2012 through May 2021, according to a news release from the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office.

Saratoga County Sheriff’s Capt. Jeff Brown said over $200,000 was diverted from the company accounts into Jaronski’s personal bank account.

Jaronski also took cash in excess of $50,000 during an extended period of time, police said.

Brown said he does not know what Jaronski did with the money.

Jaronski was charged with felony second-degree grand larceny. He was arraigned in Moreau Town Court and released. He is due back on July 6 at 10 a.m. to answer the charges.

Investigator Christopher Lorey handled the case.

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