Former PTA treasurer to pay back stolen funds

BROOKLYN - A former Parent Teacher Association teacher accused of stealing from a Cobble Hill school has agreed to pay back the money.

Providence Hogan was charged with grand larceny for embezzling $82,000 from P.S. 29. Police say Hogan used the money to pay for fertility treatments and to run her day spa business.

Hogan will be back in court in August when she will be required to pay back $40,000 of the restitution

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