Grand jury indicts Windham Supervisor Post
Feb 20, 2015 12:05 am
Michael Ryan in The Daily Mail reports that thirty counts of felony eavesdropping and official misconduct charges were included in an indictment against Windham Town Supervisor Stacy Post by a Greene County grand jury Feb. 18. Post, the former Windham police chief, was indicted after nine hours of testimony from 18 civilian and police witnesses. Post did not testify at the proceedings, according to the story, and her attorney, could not be reached. Post was arrested Jan. 12 on three counts of eavesdropping, a Class E felony, and the misdemeanor possession of devices charge, and on Jan. 29 rejected a deal from special prosecutor John Sandleitner that would have resulted in her resigning as supervisor and reducing all the charges to a single count of disorderly conduct, with a promise not to sue Windham or town employees. Post currently continues serving as supervisor. The next election is this November. Read the full story in The Daily Mail.