Created on Tuesday, 21 June 2011 09:07
A Montgomery County man is accused of stealing supplies from the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and having turnpike employees work on his house on the commission’s time. 68-year-old Ronald Kozlowski of Sandy Hill Road in Plymouth Township was a tradesman superintendent who worked for the commission. Court documents say he had a plumber, carpenter, welder and electrician work on his home using supplies they bought with turnpike commission procurement cards, which are similar to company credit cards. Kozlowski is also a Plymouth Township Constable, and he is accused of performing constable duties on the turnpike commission’s time.