A former assistant superintendent of the William Floyd school district was sentenced to probation and community service Tuesday after admitting he stole $56,000 from the district's health insurance plan.
That's a bunch of money.
DiNapoli has admitted claiming he was still married so that his ex-wife would be covered by his school district health insurance. The district paid benefits for his ex-wife from 1991 to 2004, although the two divorced in 1991 and DiNapoli remarried, this time to another William Floyd employee.
OK. So it took 13 years for someone to catch on?