A leader of the group “Citizens for a Better Southern Tier” has been charged with petty larceny for allegedly stealing lawn signs belonging to Tom Reed for Congress. After being confronted at his Corning residence, Gary McCaslin, a regular leader of protests against Congressman Tom Reed, admitted to taking many signs, but could only produce a single sign when pressed with the threat of involving the police by Reed for Congress Campaign Manager Nicholas Weinstein. However, the sign that McCaslin gave Weinstein did not include the tracker that lead them to his house. Weinstein returned to McCaslin’s front porch to retrieve the tracker
The police were called and McCaslin was charged. If convicted, he faces up to a year in jail and a one-THOUSAND dollar fine.
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