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Antoine Bourbon-Parme

Food Pantry Director To Repay $18,000

Food Pantry Director

To Repay $18,000

Bourbon-Parme

COOPERSTOWN – The Cooperstown Food Pantry will get back the $18,000 stolen by its former director as part of Antoine Bourbon-Parme’s guilty plea, according to District Attorney John Muehl.

“He’s never been convicted of a crime and he’s making a payment up front,” said Muehl. “That’s what’s keeping him out of jail.”

Bourbon-Parme, 59, was arrested in April after an investigation found $18,579 missing from the organization’s accounts over 16 months between October 2017 and this January.

Bourbon-Parme To Plead Guilty, Pay Restitution To Food Pantry

Food Pantry Director

To Plead Guilty, Pay

$18K In Restitution

By LIBBY CUDMORE • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

Bourbon-Parme

COOPERSTOWN – Antoine Bourbon-Parme, the former director of the Cooperstown Food Pantry who was charged with stealing more than $18,000 from the organization, will plead guilty and pay back the full amount, District Attorney John Muehl said today.

“He’s never been convicted of a crime and he’s making a payment up front,” said Muehl. “That’s what’s keeping him out of jail.”

Bourbon-Parme, 59, was arrested in April after an investigation found he stole $18,579 from the organization’s accounts over 16 months., beginning in October 2017 and ending in late January.

Suspect In Food-Pantry Crime Arrested In ’99 Philly Area Con

Suspect In Food-Pantry Crime

Arrested In ’99 Philly Area Con

Same Modus Operandi: English Accent;

Prep School, Links To Royalty Claimed

By LIBBY CUDMORE • The Freeman’s Journal & Hometown Oneonta

A printout from philly.com details previous allegations against the Cooperstown Food Pantry’s co-dirctor who is facing charges again.

COOPERSTOWN – An English accent, a boarding school education, ties to royalty and a background in high-end home decorating.

Antoine Bourbon-Parme

These were the lies Antoine Bourbon-Parme – also known as Anthony Cazzari – allegedly told around town.

“He had everyone believing he was from England,” said District Attorney John Muehl. “He grew up in Putnam County.”

On Tuesday, April 2, Bourbon-Parme, 59, the former co-director of the Cooperstown Food Pantry, was charged with stealing $18,579 from the organization’s bank accounts over 16 months, beginning in October 2017 and ending in late January, by forging the signatures of Audrey Murray, retired director; Stacey Smith, director, and Sharon Oberriter, president, the only people with access to the account.

Food Pantry’s Co-Director Charged In Theft Of $18K

Food Pantry’s Co-Director

Charged In Theft Of $18K

By LIBBY CUDMORE • The Freeman’s Journal & Hometown Oneonta

Antoine Bourbon-Parme, aka Anthony Cazzari

COOPERSTOWN – The smallest check was for $825.

The largest was for $4,997.90.

In all, Antoine Bourbon-Parme, 59, the former co-director of the Cooperstown Food Pantry, allegedly stole $18,579 from the organization’s accounts over 16 months, beginning in October 2017 and ending in late January.

According to the court documents filed in Otsego Town Court on Tuesday, April 2, Bourbon-Parme forged the names of Audrey Murray, retired director; Stacey Smith, director, and Sharon Oberriter, president, on eight checks, beginning in October 2017. The last check, dated Jan. 22, was for $1,852.38.

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