Mitchell Kurlander, Alan Abeshaus plead guilty in school swindling case
Two former executives have admitted to using an Easton-based company to swindle dozens of schools in 12 states.
Mitchell Kurlander and Alan Abeshaus pleaded guilty to conspiracy in a New Jersey court Tuesday.
The men served as chief financial officer and chief executive officer of the Circle System Group, which is an Easton-based company that refurbishes football helmets.
The men, police said, duped schools by double-billing, inflating invoices and drawing up fake bids from other companies.
They each face up to 20 years in prison.
Copyright 2013 WFMZ. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.