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June 30, 2017

Posted  June 30, 2017

New Jersey announced that a former treasurer for the South Jersey Elite Invitational Youth Football League was sentenced to jail today for stealing $56,777 from the league. Michael DiFlorio, 49, of Williamstown, N.J., was sentenced today to 330 days in the county jail as a condition of a term of five years of probation by Superior Court Judge M. Christine Allen-Jackson in Gloucester County. He pleaded guilty on April 24 to a charge of third-degree theft by unlawful taking, which was contained in a Dec. 7, 2016 indictment stemming from the theft from the football league. He also pleaded guilty that same day to an accusation charging him with third-degree theft by unlawful taking for stealing $1,147 from his former employer, an exterminating company. DiFlorio must pay full restitution to the football league and his former employer. NJ