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Man sentenced for stealing from Moose Lodge

October 17th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

The Office of the State’s Attorney for Allegany County, Maryland, Michael O. Twigg, State’s Attorney, announced on Tuesday, October 16, that Andrew Scott Brehm, 34, of Frostburg, Maryland plead guilty to the crime of Theft Under $1,000.00 dollars.

The incident stemmed from a March 12, 2010 incident. During this time Mr. Brehm was acting as the Administrator of the Frostburg Loyal Order of Moose Lodge, wherein certain property, specifically U.S. currency, belonging to the Moose Lodge, was stolen by Mr. Brehm.  Brehm was sentenced to 1 year incarceration all of which was suspended.  He was placed on one 1 year of supervised probation, ordered to perform 100 hours of community service, and to have no contact with the Moose Lodge or any of the State’s Witnesses.  Upon the completion of Brehm’s community service his probation will be unsupervised.

  The case was presided over by the Honorable Judge W.T. Finan, and prosecuted by Sam Lane, Assistant State’s Attorney.  Mr. Brehm was represented by C. Trent Thomas, Esq.

One Response to “Man sentenced for stealing from Moose Lodge”

  1. October 18, 2012 at 8:26 am, unknown said:

    Looks to me that this press release has forgotten a very vital part..that Mr Brehm was not ordered restitution..and this was part of a plea agreement…the state during the court hearing stated that they could not prove the theft this was part of a long drawn out witch hunt.


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