Post re-indicted in Windham for secret surveillance
Nov 13, 2015 10:23 am
Michael Ryan in The Daily Mail reports that on Nov. 12 a Greene County grand jury re-indicted Windham town supervisor Stacy Post on four felony counts for allegedly making secret video and audio recordings in the Town Hall. Post was indicted for a second time for eavesdropping, official misconduct, and possession of eavesdropping devices. The first indictments were dismissed by Columbia County Supreme Court Judge Richard Mott in October as “defective.” After being arrested in January, Post rejected a plea bargain that would have reduced those charges to disorderly conduct and resigning as supervisor. Instead, she ran for re-election and lost. Post served as Windham police chief for four years before being elected supervisor. Robert Pelham takes over as Windham supervisor from Post on Jan. 1, 2016. Read the full story in the Windham Journal.