Earlville's mayor accused of grand larceny

EARLVILLE – Village of Earlville Mayor Toni Campbell remains in office after posting $25,000 bail over a state police investigation accusing her of stealing $42,000 from her former employer, Chenango Valley Pet Foods in Sherburne.



Village of Earlville Clerk-Treasurer Christian Vischi confirmed this morning that Campbell was still the head of the municipality. He said the office has not had contact with her since her Friday arrest and he could not say when or if she’ll be returning to her village duties.

New York State Police charged 36-year-old Campbell with third degree grand larceny, a felony, Friday.

She’s accused of stealing more than $42,000 from the Sherburne pet food manufacturer by using a company credit card to purchase gifts and other items for herself. In addition to the grand larceny charge, Campbell is also charged with felony first degree falsifying of business records.


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