A former Mutual Aid Ambulance supervisor is charged with theft after an audit indicated he acquired personal vehicle parts and tires for a himself and a relative last year that were purchased through the Greensburg-based service’s business account, according to court documents.
Ben Malesky, 56, of Cook Township, also instructed other workers he supervised in the vehicle maintenance garage to save scrap metal to take to local recycler for cash, but he kept the money, Greensburg police Det. Charles Irvin alleges.
Malesky is charged with two counts of theft by unlawful taking and single counts of theft by failure to make required disposition of funds and theft of services.
According to court documents, an ambulance service audit “showed several discrepancies related to the ordering of parts and work performed on the personal vehicles of Malesky and some relatives.”