Windsor woman charged in Parkinson’s nonprofit theft faces new charges

A Windsor woman who was accused of taking money from a local nonprofit in September is facing similar charges related to another local organization.

Binghamton-based New York State Police Nov. 22 charged Stacie M. Congdon, 48, with third-degree grand larceny.

Troopers allege Congdon stole more than $10,000 while volunteering for the Windsor Town Fair earlier this year. State Police investigators said Congdon made multiple unauthorized debit card purchases and cash withdrawals between May and September.

The Windsor Town Fair is held in August at Klumpp Park. It features carnival rides, a car show, vendors, food, music and other entertainment.

Following her arrest and processing, officials said Congdon was scheduled to appear at Broome County Central Arraignment.

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Congdon was charged in September with second-degree grand larceny on allegations she stole more than $50,000 from Punch Out Parkinson’s Inc. while treasurer and president of the organization.

Binghamton State Police investigators said Congdon made unauthorized withdrawals from the Punch Out Parkinson’s savings and checking accounts between April 2022 and May 2023. 

Punch Out Parkinson’s is a specially-designed fitness program for people with Parkinson’s. Congdon left her positions with the nonprofit in July following a vote by its board of directors.

A message left with the Broome County District Attorney’s Office seeking the status of Congdon’s pending cases was not immediately returned.

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