Trial For Former Commissioner Set To Start
LOCK HAVEN — A jury has been selected in the trial of former Clinton County commissioner Adam Coleman.
The attorney general accuses Coleman of being involved in a scheme to use YMCA money for personal use.
Prosecutors claim Coleman along with his mother Kimberly and the Lock Haven Area YMCA’s former director Jeremiah Clark conspired in a scam to forge checks to pay for things like a hot tub, football tickets, and country club bills between 2006 and 2010.
Opening statements at Adam Coleman’s trial are scheduled for Monday morning.