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Potter County: Luce case postponed until May, still faces 128 counts

The criminal case against the former treasurer of the Genesee (PA) fire and ambulance department has been delayed until May. A hearing was scheduled for February 27th for Scott Luce, 35, of Main Street in Genesee. He is accused of stealing more than $93,000 from the volunteer agency. Pennsylvania State Police leveled 128 felony and misdemeanor charges against Luce. He is currently free on a $100,000 bond. The defense had filed a motion seeking a continuance. Recently, Potter County President Judge Stephen Minor granted the motion and has rescheduled the hearing for May 7th at 9 a.m. He was originally arrested by Pennsylvania State Police in June 2019. Luce was previously convicted of stealing funds from the Independence Emergency Squad. In that case he was ordered to make restitution.

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