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A Florida man pleaded guilty to taking part in a scam to cheat Xerox Corp. of millions of dollars in a scam to resell toner for copiers. Jason Haynes entered a guilty plea Monday in U.S. District Court in Rochester to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of filing a false tax return. Haynes was co-owner of a company created in Florida to carry out the scheme, in which that company ordered large quantities of toner from Xerox but resold it to others in violation of their...Read More...
Approved the purchase of a new Konica-Minolta copier and service contract for the administration office from Graphic Enterprises Office Solutions at a cost of $4,700 with $71 a month for the service contract. Graphic Enterprises will dispose of the current 2009 copier.Read More...

CEO facing sentence for theft of copier

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HACKENSACK – The former chief executive officer of Garfield’s Boys and Girls Club will be sentenced Friday for stealing a $98,000 copy machine from the organization. Authorities arrested and charged Todd Vanderpool with theft by deception in 2017 after he created a false impression to obtain the Copy Star photocopy machine. Vanderpool, 38, had served as the program's director, and was previously the club’s interim CEO in 2013. He was employed as an administrator at Stevens Cooperative School...Read More...
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Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Catoosa County recently struck deals for new copier machines for two of its offices in need of upgrades. During the Board of Commissioner’s Oct. 16 meeting, commissioners approved two new lease agreements that allows for purchase of the machines once the leases are up. County Chief Financial Officer Carl Henson explained to the board that The Colonnade, as well as the Tax Commissioner’s Office, was in need of the new equipment. “We have agreements for two...Read More...

Texas State has a printer problem

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Texas State needs to buckle down, fix the broken printers and order more for the buildings without sufficient printing services. Illustration by Cameron Hubbard College campuses are places of personal growth, learning and high-volume printing. Texas State is no exception. At an enrollment of nearly 39,000 students , the campus needs more than just the current six buildings with SendNPrint access. Students enrolled full-time pay $240 per semester for a computer service fee . Assuming 38,500...Read More...

80 Years Ago Today Xerography Was Invented

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Eighty years ago today, in a home laboratory in Astoria, Queens, Chester Carlson invented a process that would come to be known as xerography. The process would provide the groundwork for the invention of copy machines. Copy machines still exist today, but they no longer rely on xerography and are generally considered an aging technology with limited functionality. This wasn’t the case in the mid- to late-twentieth century. For at least fifty years, work, education, and even politics were...Read More...
Levy James Newberry was in need of money so he took matters into his own hands. He made it on a printer at the New Port Richey Public Library, detectives say. Newberry, 28, was arrested on Sept. 1, but his case is just the tip of a big green iceberg, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. Thanks in part to a burgeoning opioid epidemic and technology that makes it easier to print fake money, investigations into counterfeit operations in Pasco County have jumped by about 50 percent...Read More...
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NEW PORT RICHEY, FL — A Pasco County man is accused of using the New Port Richey Library's free printer to create counterfeit U.S. currency, and then trying to sell the money on Facebook. The Pasco County Sheriff's Office arrested Levy Newberry, 28, of New Port Richey, Sunday, Sept. 2, after his landlord, Teresa Spitzer, reported that he was printing copies of $5, $10 and $20 bills at the library. Deputies said Newberry showed Spitzer numerous pages of printed counterfeit money he'd created.Read More...
Citing a "noticeable and concerning increase" in the number of inquiries about what governing bodies can charge filers of Freedom of Information Act requests, Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel said he was lowering his own offices rates and encouraging others to do the same. "The OOG [ Office of Open Government] has recently received inquiries pertaining to the high fees that some authorities have charged for copying records," a news release from Schimel's office said. "An authority may...Read More...
Along with approving the purchase of copy paper, a new copy machine purchase is also being requested “The copier at LHS East Campus is approaching the end of its life at near 2,000,000 copies. We also have a need for a color copier at the Education Services Center (ESC),” the agenda information noted. “The unit at ESC currently has approximately 200,000 copies. The recommendation is to relocate the copier from ESC to East Campus and purchase a new color copier for ESC. USD 480 has received a...Read More...
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