Trial For Former Commissioner Set To Start

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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.

Coleman’s mother and Clark have already been sentenced for their crimes.

Opening statements at Adam Coleman’s trial are scheduled for Monday morning.