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CAP leader’s computer seized

Date: October 31, 2004
Source: Lancaster Online
By: Paula Wolf

LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - MacDonald Stacks, the longtime executive director of Community Action Program of Lancaster County, resigned Friday, a day after a state police officer and a detective from the county District Attorney’s Office seized computer equipment from Stacks’ office as part of a continuing investigation.

No details on the investigation were made available by state police Saturday. District Attorney Donald Totaro also could not be reached for comment.

Lancaster police Chief William Heim confirmed that city police were assisting state police, the lead agency on the case. He said he could not provide further information about the nature of the investigation or whether charges had been filed. The state police officer executing the warrant was from the criminal investigation unit of the computer crime unit at the Avondale barracks.

CAP, which provides a broad range of anti-poverty services to children and adults of all ages, including federal programs such as Head Start and Women, Infants and Children, was established in Lancaster in 1966 and has almost 400 employees. In early 2003, it moved its headquarters to a new building at 601. S. Queen St., the former site of Ruof’s Flowers.
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