ICES Employee Charged with Stealing Funds

Waterbury man allegedly used company credit card for almost $6,500 in personal purchases.

Paul Ferguson, 36, of Ferndael Ave., Waterbury, turned himself in to Naugatuck police Thursday morning for a warrant charging him with third degree larceny.

The warrant was issued in relation to a complaint alleging Ferguson stole several thousand dollars while working for employment counseling agency ICES in Naugatuck.

According to police records, while an employee at ICES, Ferguson allegedly made unauthorized personal purchases on the company credit card.

Several charges between Dec. 2, 2013 and Jan. 29, 2014 linked to Ferguson totaled $6,449.06.

Ferguson was charged with larceny in the third degree and released with a court date scheduled for March 26.
JMA March 15, 2014 at 02:21 PM
Chuck, Sounds good, unfortunately It costs taxpayers too much to keep em incarcerated.
chuck March 15, 2014 at 03:47 PM
Yes but if we started doing that we could sit back and watch the number of people committing crimes like this drop dramatically. This would eventually open up prison bed spaces as few would want to rot in jail knowing they couldn't pay back the victims.
JMA March 15, 2014 at 07:10 PM
Three meals a day, free electricity, a bed, heat, air conditioning, etc. prison is not what it is suppose to be! It's the victims who suffer and continue to do so. I agree punishment needs to fit the crime, but we won't see it in our life time, at least not in this state. Let's send them out of state, I would prefer Texas, oh we did that already when we sent some to Virginia and you know how that turned out. I believe we payed for transportation for families to visit then.
naugy mom March 15, 2014 at 10:02 PM
What ever happened to chain gangs and hard labor? People are not afraid to go to jail anymore and that's the problem


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