Disposition of Case of Former Seekonk Teacher Charged with Larceny and Violation of the Conflict of Interest Law

 

A joint investigation of Jean Lamoureux (Lamoureux), a former teacher at the Hurley Middle School in Seekonk, Massachusetts, by the Massachusetts Office of the Inspector General, the Office of the Attorney General, the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Massachusetts State Police resulted in the following:

In December 2009, Lamoureux was charged in a Criminal Complaint with one count of Larceny over $250.00, M.G.L. c. 266, §30(1), and five counts of violating the Commonwealth's prohibition against a public employee soliciting or accepting gratuities of substantial value, M.G.L. c. 268A, §3(b).

In October 2010, Lamoureux received the following disposition in Taunton District Court:
Offense 1 - Larceny Over $250.00 M.G.L. c. 266, §30(1)

  • Sufficient facts found but continued without a finding until 10/2/12
  • Restitution to the Hurley Middle School in the amount of $1,840

Offense 2 - Public Employee Accept/Solicit Gift M.G.L. c. 268A, §3(b)

  • Sufficient facts found but continued without a finding until 10/2/12
  • Restitution to the Hurley Middle School in the amount of $5,219

For more information on the investigation see the AG Announces Arraignment of a Former Teacher Charged with Stealing School Funds and Accepting Over $5,000 in Gratuities issued by the Attorney General.