- Associated Press - Friday, June 12, 2015

PITTSBURGH (AP) - An Allegheny County judge is agreeing to let a former Pittsburgh police payroll clerk charged with stealing thousands of dollars into a special program that may allow charges against her to be dropped.

Judge Robert Gallo admitted Tamara Davis into the “accelerated rehabilitative disposition” program Friday.

If she completes 300 hours of community service and pays back all court costs, the charges would be dropped and her record expunged.

The 49-year-old Davis is charged with stealing more than $9,000 from various sources, including $4,000 from a secret fund set up by former police Chief Nate Davis. He resigned in 2013.


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