Skip to comments.Feds charge former head of Chicago Heights office of county job-training program
Posted on 07/14/2012 6:59:03 AM PDT by KeyLargo
Feds charge former head of Chicago Heights office of county job-training program
By Gregory Tejeda Times Correspondent
CHICAGO | A Chicago woman who supervised four field offices, including one in Chicago Heights, of a Cook County job-training program faces federal charges she falsified documents related to an Illinois state review of the countys summer youth program.
Brendolyn Hart-Glover, 42, is charged with engaging in a scheme to falsify documents. A criminal complaint was unsealed Friday following her arrest, and she appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Gilbert.
During 2010, Hart-Glover was acting director of the countys Presidents Office of Employment Training, which since has been renamed the Cook County Works program. The program received federal grants totaling $5.67 million during 2009 and 2010 for summer youth jobs.
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Hart-Glover. I don’t even need to see the pictures of this LIAR and thief. One of obama’s relatives, no doubt.
I like her. If the Chicago thugs are going after her she probably did something legally.
Unless of course she is taking the fall for someone.
Watched the movie, The Fixer the other night with John Voight. It’s about Chicago politics.
So she contemptuously shows up at a court hearing looking like she is ready to sort through garbage cans??!!
“So she contemptuously shows up at a court hearing looking like she is ready to sort through garbage cans??!!”
Yeah, but I’ll bet that the Lexus she bought with some of the purloined money is around back of the court house.
If Chicago were a human body Chicago Heights and South Chicago Heights would be the rectum and anus.
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