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Fred Fox indicted on ...
Fred Fox indicted on falsification charges
The fact that Fox
received a gift was not part of the investigation.
alleged crimes stem from later failing to report a hotel stay, according to Tierney.
The investigation began in May 2012, when a three-person majority of Huron school board members agreed to submit a formal complaint to the Ohio Ethics Commission
alleged wrongdoing, which included an improper business relationship with a district vendor, improperly seeking reimbursements for a business trip and an extramarital affair on school time.
This month, Ault presented the commission's investigation to an Erie County grand jury, which then indicted Fox
on one count of falsification, and one count of falsification of a financial statement.
did not report $1,007.32 in boarding and entertainment from Kalahari, and Kalahari employee Todd Nelson, Tierney said.
The indictments came as news to both Murray and Fox on Wednesday afternoon.
contends three board members wrongfully terminated him and has a pending lawsuit against them, as well as the district.
Fred Fox, former superintendent of Huron Schools, was indicted by an Erie County grand jury last week, according to court documents the Register obtained this afternoon.
Ohio Attorney General spokesman Dan Tierney said Fox
failed to disclose $1,007.32 in gifts he
received in 2011 from both Kalahari Resorts
, and Todd Nelson, a Kalahari Resorts employee.
was indicted on two first-degree misdemeanors: falsification of a financial statement, and falsification.
"Ohio Attorney General spokesman Dan Tierney said Fox failed to disclose $1,007.32"
What has Fox
been doing for a living since being fired by Huron Public Schools
Sources say, he's been a house painter.
But what about the fact that he
has also been working for Kalahari?
Kinda like a few of the guys in the last Bush administration.
Become a commentator of FOX News.
I don't believe the attorney general actually investigated Fox
is a Huron Graduate.
It didn't take 4 years to find out.
It was known at the time all this started.
It only took 4 years because no one in Erie County
wanted to proffer charges against him.
Every time they passed the buck, it took that much longer to begin reviewing evidence from the beginning, and decide to bail on the investigation because they were all drinking buddies of Fox
bought him a few drinks.
Or at least his
Thu, 03/12/2015 - 8:35am
Huron Schools needs to return the money spent by Kalahari on the football field since the Board felt so strongly about Fox having ties to Kalahari.
Only those 2 who consistently vote in favor of Fred Fox
At the same time, the football field money should not be returned.
All through this proceeding, Fox
attempted to force the community to accept his
cries of innocence as being true, with threats of loss of community support by Kalahari
Misdirection of the issue.
Keeping the money shows that you cannot buy public opinion.
At the same time, it partially reimburses the district for what Kalahari
should have been paying in property taxes, but didn't have to, because Fox
gave them a "sweetheart" abatement.
I have to ask a question.
When was the last time you went out drinking with Fox?
Did this little binge cloud your judgement of reality?
Thu, 03/12/2015 - 10:02am
Other than trying to muddy the reputation of Tanny Vonthron, I personally don't see what was so horrible that Fox
1. Fred Fox
stole district funds, to finance a dirty weekend out in Arizona with his
Hotel and rental car expenses for several extra days, were tacked onto the legitimate expenses for a professional conference, just so he
could get laid.
2. While he
was supposedly on the clock, he
was frequently out of the district, again, having sex with his
How many people, who did nothing immoral, went to bed every night, fearing the loss of their jobs, or their standing in the community, so that Fred Fox
could fight these allegations?
Julie, you are right in that this practice was immoral, I only mention this to show that more names should have been mentioned.
And as for Saint Pete's roof crashing down.
There is no hypocrisy or crucifixion of Fred Fox
Three responsible members of the Huron City Board of Education
looked at the actions of an idiot and judged them fairly.
They had given him the opportunity to resign his
position, and move on.
chose to fight.
chose to fight dirty.
The fact that it had to come to indictments is his
None of this needed to have happened.
hubris is bringing about his
had owned up to the immorality of his
could be working right now, probably not in education, but still working.
Instead, sometime within the next few days, there will be a knock on his
Well, Mr. Right, I do not know Fred Fox
and I do not drink (alcohol).
How you justify keeping the money Kalahari gave to the school system while berating Fred Fox
for getting the stadium money is ridiculous.
If, at the time of the awarding of the first abatement, Mr. Fox
had a good relationship with the board, and the board approved his
recommendations regarding said agreement, the board then is equally responsible for any sweetheart deal.
If the board votes in good faith because they were snowjobbed by Fox
, that is another story.
stole money from the district.
was out with his
mistress when he
was supposed to be on the clock.
accepted illegal gifts from contractors etc. FOX was indicted by the Erie County Grand Jury.
needs to take responsibility for his
friends and supporters need to admit that they were/are wrong.
Never met Fred Fox
was responsible for every tax abatement granted during his
tenure in office.
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The board gave Superintendent Fred ...
The board gave Superintendent Fred Fox an "excellent" rating of his 2003 evaluation.
Membership information for the Huron Rotary
For example in a very simple ...
For example in a very simple case involving for Huron Schools Superintendent Fred Fox the AG used a grand jury to obtain two misdemeanor counts.
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Fred Fox's attorney says ...
Fred Fox's attorney says there's no meat in Ohio Ethics Commission report
Huron board member sues Fred Fox
Lawsuit alleges he
and attorney made false statements.
Read the court filing here.
8:00 AM Apr 30, 2013
Fred Fox /Register file photo
Fox fights firing; files suit to get job back
Former Huron Schools superintendent Fred Fox has appealed his termination and is suing three of the five board members for more than $175,000, in addition to his back pay.