Former St. Joseph School Superintendent To Spend A Year In Federal Prison | KCUR

Former St. Joseph School Superintendent To Spend A Year In Federal Prison | KCUR



This is part of the article. How much different is this than what is happening in Lee's Summit.



Colgan will also have to repay $660,000 in a lump sum to the Missouri Public School Retirement System (PSRS). Colgan improperly padded the last three years of his salary using stipends, car allowances and other means. The school board knew about some of the payments but often they did not.
Because all of that information was transmitted to PSRS via the web, it crossed state lines as it hit various servers. It became a federal crime as soon as the data left Missouri.
The government said Colgan's scheme to inflate his salary and thus his pension started in 1997 and ended with his final contract in 2004

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