City treasurer


In this file photo, Uniontown City Treasurer Antoinette Hodge, far left, talks to City Council. Hodge was scheduled for preliminary hearings in two theft cases lodged against her on Wednesday. One of the cases involved the alleged theft of taxes paid to her office. She waived both cases to court on Tuesday.

Uniontown’s elected treasurer, accused of stealing nearly $107,000 in taxes paid to her office and $112,000 from a group of local churches, waived the charges lodged against her to Fayette County Court.

Antoinette Hodge, 53, of Uniontown, was scheduled for preliminary hearings in separate cases related to the alleged thefts on Wednesday. The charges were waived to common pleas court on Tuesday.

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