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City Worker Pleads Guilty To Bribery

dollarsA former Philadelphia Records Department employee has admitted selling documents to three suburban residents and pocketing the money. 38-year-old Kelly Layre pleaded guilty to bribery charges Thursday in federal court.  The other three, two from Montgomery County and one from Bucks County, pleaded guilty earlier.  They are 45-year-old Paul Kling of Hatfield, 42-year-old Tina Meyrick of Hatboro and 39-year-old Brian Daly of Chalfont.  In return for the payoffs, they got deep discounts on official police, fire, accident and emergency medical reports.  They paid as little as $5 or $10 for records that normally cost $20 to $25.  All three either owned or worked for companies that sold the documents to clients, including law firms and a public reporting company.  A federal grand jury indictment says the three suburban residents paid her more than $185,000 over a four-year period, between January of 2006 and January of this year, for thousands of reports.  When the discounts are figured in, the city’s loss was actually more than $600,000.
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WNPV AM 1440 Tune in tonight at 7:55 PM for WNPV's first broadcast of the year of Gwynedd Mercy University Men's basketball.
WNPV AM 1440 Big sports weekend coming up! Start tonight with Downingtown East at Quakertown high school football at 6:30 PM. Tomorrow, we have Temple at Penn State starting at 10:30 AM (sorry, no "Premium Adjustment" this month! :(), followed by the final NASCAR Nationwide Series race, joined in progress. Sunday, it's the final NASCAR Sprint Cup race with the crowning of this year's Champion, starting at 2 PM. So stay tuned to 1440 AM all weekend ... or listen live online at www.wnpv1440.com.
WNPV AM 1440 High School football tomorrow night on WNPV: Downingtown East at Quakertown at 7 PM. Tune to 1440 AM or listen live online at www.wnpv1440.com.

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