Crime Former Bucks employee pleads guilty to using county letterhead to help boyfriend collect debt

16:20  14 january  2020
16:20  14 january  2020 Source:   kywnewsradio.radio.com

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A former Bucks County courthouse employee pleaded guilty Friday to using official letterhead to “send a message” to a woman squabbling with the county employee ’s boyfriend over a contractor bill. Lynn Owens, 64, was sentenced to six months of probation for official oppression, forgery and

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PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- A former Bucks County employee has pleaded guilty to using county letterhead to try to help her boyfriend collect an unpaid bill.

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Lynn Owens was a clerk with the Bucks County Jury Selection Commission office. After a homeowner refused to pay her boyfriend $157 of a $675 bill for work he'd done on the woman's home, she typed out a letter threatening legal action on her county work computer, and printed it on the commission letterhead, then sent it by certified mail.

The letter threatened legal action if the $157 wasn't paid.

Owens was fired when charges were filed.

She pleaded guilty to misdemeanor counts of fraud, official oppression, and extortion and is sentenced to six months probation, a fine and community service.

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