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Judge drops charges against Boorom

DUNDEE—Charges against Thomas Boorom, former Dundee American Legion commander, were dropped in village court, Wednesday, May 12.
Dundee village Clerk Cheryl Wood explained “charges were dropped in the interest of justice,” according to the judge’s ruling. District Attorney Jason Cook explained charges were dropped, but the investigation continues. He added the investigation “expanded in scope since the arrest” of Boorom.
Boorom had originally been arrested and arraigned June 12, 2009, for allegedly stealing over $17,000 from the Dundee American Legion. The charges that were dropped were for grand larceny in the third degree and falsifying business records in the first degree.
Cook said it is a complex investigation, involving the New York State Racing and Gaming Commission with the New York State Police assisting. He explained that depending on what the evidence shows, other charges may be filed. Cook said he couldn’t go into more depth about the investigation’s current state, because it is ongoing.
Boorom did not return a phone call by press time.
 





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