John George — a former Massachusetts tate representative who was convicted earlier this year for embezzling money from a taxpayer-subsidized bus company he owned — is in hot water again for not properly reporting $1 million in cash hidden in safety deposit boxes
The disgraced Democrat was required to disclose his financial assets before being sentenced in July.
George “only reported about $160,000 in bank accounts and another $28,000 in cash,” according to Boston’s WCVB.
Just this week, however, U.S. Marshals gained access to safety deposit boxes owned by George and discovered more than $1 million cash in banks in Fairhaven and New Bedford.
The cash was in “rolls of $100s, $50s and other, smaller denominations,” the report says.