GLOVERSVILLE, N.Y. (AP) - An upstate New York mayor has been arrested for the second time.
The Times Union of Albany reports state police arrested Gloversville Mayor Dayton King for misusing city hall postage.
Troopers say the 40-year-old used the postage for his personal mail and then falsified the ledger. He has been charged with falsifying business records, official misconduct and petit larceny.
King pleaded guilty in September to harassment after state police say he revealed the personnel records of a city firefighter on live radio.
The firefighter was running against him for mayor last year and won the Republican nomination over King.
King ran on the Conservative ticket, and he was re-elected to another term.
He's due in court on his recent charges Nov. 19.
A message left on King's office voicemail wasn't returned.
(Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
- Police arrest Gloversville mayor for a second time
- Gloversville mayor resigns, pleads guilty in misconduct case
- Gloversville man accused of hitting, throwing kitten
- Gloversville man charged with DWI after crashing ARC van
- Newstalk: Utica Mayor's Gala
- Utica Mayor's Benefit Gala
- "Mayor's Ride" through Utica
- Local police having tough time filling vacancies
- Utica police union backing Palmieri in mayoral race
- Walk with the mayor begins