SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) An admission of guilt connected to the ongoing Scranton School District corruption probe may just be the tip of the spear.
Today, 58-year-old Gregg Sunday pleaded guilty to conflict of interest.
Investigators say Sunday accepted free work on his automobiles by the district’s former fleet manager, Daniel Sansky.
Sansky is accused of routinely over-billing the district for work, even billing them for the work done to Sunday’s vehicles.
Sansky has yet to face trial.
Sunday’s plea agreement calls for 3 years of probation, but as part of the deal, he must cooperate with the state attorney general’s office as they continue their investigation into the district.
Attorney Bill Vinsko says the agreement is likely to lead to more cases.
“This type of sentence is evidence that they are working to find out if there is any more information that the state attorney general’s office or the FBI may need to lead to more arrests potentially, or find more corruption if it exists in a certain area,” Vinsko said.
Sunday must also pay about $8,100 in restitution to the Scranton School District.