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Gerald Pawling

Detective

The City of Coatesville

HQ Phone:  (610) 384-0300

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The City of Coatesville

1 City Hall Place

Coatesville, Pennsylvania,19320

United States

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chescotimes.com

One case mentioned was that of former Coatesville Detective Gerald Pawling of Coatesville, who plead guilty to more than 100 felonies and misdemeanors, including thefts of more than $40,000 and forgeries.
Pawling was sentenced to 11 and ½ to 23 months in prison.


chescotimes.com

One case mentioned was that of former Coatesville Detective Gerald Pawling of Coatesville, who plead guilty to more than 100 felonies and misdemeanors, including thefts of more than $40,000 and forgeries.
Pawling was sentenced to 11 and ½ to 23 months in prison.


www.pottsmerc.com

WEST CHESTER Sentencing for former Coatesville police detective Gerald Pawling, who stole thousands of dollars from a police union fund, a police charity, and the citys evidence room, is scheduled for Wednesday in Common Pleas Court.
Judge David Bortner will be asked by the prosecution to send Pawling, a decorated officer and community youth leader, to state prison for 10 to 20 years for his crimes, which Deputy District Attorey Carlos Barraza, leading the case, said in a memo, will echo forever in the history of Chester County. The acts of Gerald Pawling were bad, Bush wrote in his sentencing memo, filed with the court last week. However, those acts do not erase a lifetime of incredible selflessness and service to the Coatesville community. He said a sentence in a county prison that allowed for work release would allow Pawling to pay restitution to those organizations he stole from, and provide for his wife and five children. Pawling, 43, of Caln, pleaded guilty in April to charges of theft by unlawful taking, theft by deception, forgery, access device fraud, tampering with public records, tampering with public evidence, and insurance fraud. Overall, there were 113 counts, both felonies and misdemeanors, against the decorated retired police officer set forth in the guilty plea. Pawling, who served on the city police force for 17 years as both a patrol officer and criminal investigator, was arrested in August after county detectives learned that he had stolen money from the Coatesville Police Benevolent Association (PCBA), which handles contract negotiations and other labor union affairs for the city police officers. He was subsequently charged in January with credit card fraud involving the unions accounts, and thefts from the city police evidence room and the Coatesville Police Athletic League, of which he was a founding member, in January. Finally, in March, he was charged with more thefts from the evidence room and insurance fraud, involving the theft of a camera lens from the locker room that he subsequently fraudulently reported stolen from his home.


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