Victims of Kennett Township Embezzlement Case Asked to Submit Victim Impact Statement

legalImage via Pixabay

KENNETT TWP, PA — On October 4, 2021, former Kennett Township Manager Lisa Moore is scheduled to enter a guilty plea before Chester County Common Pleas Court Judge David F. Bortner. Moore is accused of embezzling $3.2 million from the township.

The Chester Country District Attorney’s Office and the Kennett Township Supervisors announced all Kennett Township residents and area businesses are invited to write a victim’s impact statement to the District Attorney’s Office via email to [email protected]. The statements should be in letter form and be addressed to the Honorable Judge David F. Bortner who will receive the statements prior to the October 4th proceedings.

Officials state that the letter should explain the direct and/or indirect ways an individual, family or business was impacted by the embezzlement and related crimes. Additionally, all communications must include your name, street or business address.

In order to ensure adequate time for all statements to be reviewed before submission, they must be received by close of business on Friday, September 24, 2021. The email address will be monitored by the Chester County District Attorney’s Office and any communications deemed inappropriate will not be submitted to the Judge.

For the latest news on everything happening in Chester County and the surrounding area, be sure to follow MyChesCo on Google News.

READ:  Chester County Proclaims Support for LGBTQ+ Pride Month with Flag Raising Ceremony