HARRISON — Two of the six town employees accused of stealing from the local food pantry now face felony burglary charges, including 90-year-old former Harrison “Citizen of the Year” Florence D’Imperio.
D’Imperio and Joseph Arcara Jr., 54, already faced petty larceny charges in the case along with four co-defendants. They now are charged with burglary in the third degree, a class A felony. D’Imperio also faces a new misdemeanor count of official misconduct, Harrison Police Chief Anthony Marraccini announced this morning.
All six were arraigned this morning in Town Court.