Former Treasurer Pleads Guilty to Two Counts of Theft

Updated 2 years ago

The former treasurer of the Bangor-Breakfast Kiwanis Club and Greater Bangor 4th of July Corporation pleaded guilty to two counts of theft in a Bangor courtroom Thursday morning.Bruce Fowle, 62, admitted to taking around $140,000 from the organizations over several years. The investigation began in August when members of the organizations realized money was missing. In court on Thursday, Fowle said he plans on doing whatever it takes to pay both organizations back in full.While, Tony Bernatche, President of the 4th of July Corporation thinks only time will tell if that actually happens.The judge did not sentence Fowle, saying he wants to take time to look over similar cases to choose a proper sentence.The 62-year-old will be back in court in the upcoming weeks.


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