Suffolk County Corrections Officer Stephen Compitello charged with grand larceny for alleged double dipping

Prosecutors say Stephen Compitello collected a salary for

Prosecutors say Stephen Compitello collected a salary for hours he didn't work for more than two and a half years. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

A Suffolk County corrections officer from Bohemia has been charged with third-degree grand larceny in an alleged double-dipping scheme.

Officials say Stephen Compitello, a veteran corrections officer, was collecting a paycheck from the county for hours he never worked, and was instead working as a security guard at a local school district.

Prosecutors say Compitello collected a salary...

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