Henrietta town supervisor pleads not guilty to harassment charge

HENRIETTA, N.Y. (WROC-TV) - Henrietta Town Supervisor Jack Moore pleaded not guilty to second-degree harassment amid accusations of discriminating against several employees.

A judge denied Moore’s attorney's request to dismiss the charge.

Moore is set to return to court for disposition on Jan. 10.

Moore was seeking a third term as Henrietta town supervisor when he lost to Democrat Stephen Schultz in November.


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