Will County State’s Attorney Forces School Crook to Lose Her Pension

Unlike Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, Will County State’s Attorney James W. Glasgow apparently has no conpunction to making sure a government employee miscreanrt is deprived of a pension after committing a crime.

Accoiding to the Chicago Tribune, “Melissa McGrath, 54, pleaded guilty to one count of felony theft in exchange for 24 months probation through the Second Chance program.”

But, because she pleaded guilty to a felony, McGrath will lose her Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) pension.

She also has to pay back the $44,854 she stole to the Lincoln-Way High School District 210.

Reporter Alicia Fabbre explains, “McGrath was charged with taking funds from the booster club between 2017 and 2019. According to court documents, she kept separate records showing larger deposits on the booster club records than the records she turned in to the Lincoln-Way Central financial office.”

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Will County State’s Attorney Forces School Crook to Lose Her Pension — 6 Comments

  1. Norm Vinton the expert on government crimes, says pensions should be safeguarded.

  2. Cal, great question and article.

    But this blog still needs fixing if its firewall.

  3. They are by the State Constitution and the rulings thereon by the Illinois Supreme Court, all of which, of course, are in a public pension system./

  4. James Glasgow is the biggest liar and crook in Illinois!

    If your a police officer in Will County your allowed to kill your wife or girlfriend.

    He’ll have it written off as a suicide.

    He’s also the shattered the record for framing innocent people in murder for hires.

    He belongs in prison!

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