COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- The former co-director of the Cooperstown Food Pantry will not appear in Otsego Town Court Wednesday.
His case has been adjourned until June 19.
Antoine Bourbon-Parme, 59, was charged with grand larceny.
He's accused of stealing more than $18,000 from the Cooperstown Food Pantry.
Parme allegedly forged the names of three people on eight separate checks – all stemming back to October of 2017 – with the latest check dated in January.
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