Nassau DA: Roslyn Heights man stole from school for disabled
A Roslyn Heights man is accused of using his position as PTA treasurer to steal cash from a school for disabled children.
Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice says John Rom stole more than $15,000 from the Henry Viscardi School PTA. Rice says the 57-year-old wrote unauthorized checks made payable to himself or to cash. She says he also made withdrawals from the PTA bank account.