Former New Haven Mayoral Aide pleads not guilty

News

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. 

Related Content: Ex-aide to New Haven mayor speaks out amid criminal charges

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.

Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

New Haven

Branford to ban all single-use plastic bags by Dec. 12

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Branford to ban all single-use plastic bags by Dec. 12"

Police investigate unknown substance found at Yale New Haven Hospital

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Police investigate unknown substance found at Yale New Haven Hospital"

SUV rolls into Long Island Sound after owner reportedly left it running to warm it up, Branford PD investigating

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "SUV rolls into Long Island Sound after owner reportedly left it running to warm it up, Branford PD investigating"

Police investigating homicide of 21-year-old Hamden man

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Police investigating homicide of 21-year-old Hamden man"

Annual Christmas Run For Children held in New Haven

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Annual Christmas Run For Children held in New Haven"

Family of slain Hamden man remembers victim as a "hard working young man"

News /
Thumbnail for the video titled "Family of slain Hamden man remembers victim as a "hard working young man""
More New Haven

Trending Stories

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss