Saturday, April 10, 2021
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Sharon Hill Fire Dept. Chief William Benecke released on $50,000 bail, police say

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Authorities in the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office confirmed that the man who allegedly stuffed his pockets with taxpayer money – going on a splurge on Amazon and iTunes – has been released on $50,000.00 unsecured bail, yc.news could reveal.

William Benecke is due back in court for his preliminary hearing on October 31 after being released on $50,000.00 unsecured bail by Judge Leonard V. Tenaglia of Darby Township.

We broke the news … a local fire chief is accused of taking thousands of dollars that he splurged on iTunes and Amazon.

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