LAGRANGE – An initial hearing this morning for the Wolcottville Town Clerk on two counts of theft is called off.
Instead, June Wood will have a pre-trial conference April 15th in LaGrange Superior Court.
Wood hired Steven Clouse as her attorney.
The case against Wood follows an audit of the town’s books allegedly showing Wood wrote a $2,000 check to herself for a home office and allegedly used a town debit card to pay Internet cable service at her home totaling $830.00.
Wood is a former LaGrange County Clerk.
Tom Wilson is special prosecutor in the case.
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