Former New Haven Mayoral Aide pleads not guilty


A former New Haven employee – accused of using a city credit card to make personal purchases – pleads not guilty to three charges.

Bianca Bowles was in a New Haven courtroom earlier Friday. 

She was fired after an audit found that she allegedly charged more than $13,000. 

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B​​​​​​owles admits buying meals with the card – but she contends that’s a common practice.

She disputes racking up thousands in charges at a hotel.

Her case will continue on November 13.

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