Two paving company employees arrested for purchasing asphalt with hot checks

Updated Jul 8, 2017
George Stanley and Dorothy Miller of Traditional Paving.George Stanley and Dorothy Miller of Traditional Paving.

The New Holland (Pa.) Police Department reports that two people from Traditional Paving, a Lancaster paving company, have been arrested for writing six bounced checks for asphalt, according to PennLive.

Police told the news agency that Dorothy Miller and George Stanley were charged with theft by deception and criminal conspiracy for issuing bounced checks totaling $39,013.66 to New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. of Earl Township for the purchase of asphalt from New Enterprise’s Burkholder Paving Quarry.

Miller was released from the Lancaster County jail after posting $50,000 bail; Stanley is still in jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.