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Former Lake George Watershed Coalition director turns down plea deal

David Decker David Decker |

November 29, 2018 05:09 PM

The former director of the Lake George Watershed Coalition turns down a deal and now faces decades behind bars.

David Decker turned down a plea deal offer in Warren County Court. He is accused of stealing more than $440,000 from the organization.

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The deal would have sent him to prison five to 15 years, in exchange for a guilty plea and full restitution.

Decker turned it down, despite the judge's warning that he could face decades in prison if convicted.

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