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It was a very fair offer given the economic realities of the Youth and Family Services business."Our most recent offer includes wage increases ranging from 8.5 percent to 12.25 percent over the proposed three-year agreement," he said.
According to the lawsuit, David Scrip, of Monongahela, worked for 25 years as a juvenile probation officer before he was fired in February for disregarding Judge ODell Senecas orders to halt accusations that his supervisor, Dan Clements, was having a romantic relationship with Beth Stutzman, a recruiter for Abraxas. Scrip alleges that he and other probation officers were pressured to make recommendations to the court that youths be placed in an Abraxas facility, regardless of whether it was the best place for them."While we propose increases in employee contributions for medical benefits, our wage proposal also ensures that all employees would receive a real wage increase to offset the increased employee medical contribution.Our request for increased employee medical contributions is consistent with what many unions and employers have agreed to in the face of rising costs of health care." Abraxas I maintaining an HMO medical plan for current employees, but employees hired after ratification would only be able to participate in a PPO plan.This alleged conflict of interest was fully investigated approximately two years ago by the Administrative Office of the Pennsylvania Courts, and the investigation did not substantiate these allegations." Mr. AOPC communications coordinator Art Heinz said he could not comment about pending litigation and couldnt confirm the existence of any past or present investigation.Geary said the AOPC investigation was a sham that never sought to establish whether Mr. Stutzman were having a relationship and whether that presented a conflict. Stutzman wasnt interviewed by investigators, he said. Geary said the results were manipulated by Judge ODell Seneca and Tom Jess, the director of the county Family Court Center, who was also named in the lawsuit. Calls for comment to Judge ODell Seneca were directed to court administrator Patrick Grimm, who declined comment.
Both men were arraigned before District Judge George F. They were placed in the Warren County jail on $25,000 bail. Police said three juveniles involved in both riots and five other involved in the Monday riot will face similar charges.