Another day, another Moales story. This one for allegedly fleecing Democratic Town Chair Mario Testa’s restaurant.
See Moales response here.
From Dan Tepfer, CT Post:
The pastor of a city church was a no-show in court Thursday following his arrest for allegedly passing a bad check at Testo’s Restaurant.
The Rev. Kenneth Moales Jr., who currently is embroiled in a $15 million federal foreclosure case for his Union Avenue church and four other properties in the city, was charged last week in an arrest warrant with issuing a bad check over $2,000, a felony.
He was released on a promise to appear in court.
But when Superior Court Judge Peter McShane called Moales’ name Thursday afternoon he was met only with silence.
The judge ordered a bail commissioner’s letter be issued, warning Moales to appear in court on Nov. 15 or face rearrest.
Full story here.