Former “Y” Director Admits Theft

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The former executive director of the YMCA in Lock Haven admits he stole thousands of dollars from the “Y” for his own benefit.

Jeremiah Clark pleaded guilty Monday to theft charges after forging checks and using YMCA credit cards to buy things for himself.

Clinton County Commissioner Adam Coleman and his mother, Kimberly, were also charged in the scheme.

Both are expected to go to trial.