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IT Director, Son Accused of Stealing Computers

Robert “Bob” Legacy, director of information technology at Cumberland (RI) Public Schools, and his son, Kevin Legacy, were arrested in connection with missing computers at Cumberland High School.The elder Legacy has been suspended without pay from the school department. Police
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Robert “Bob” Legacy, director of information technology at Cumberland (RI) Public Schools, and his son, Kevin Legacy, were arrested in connection with missing computers at Cumberland High School.
The elder Legacy has been suspended without pay from the school department. Police believe that Kevin Legacy, who worked for a company that was hired to install computers within the high school, stole the computers and gave them to his father to sell to school employees.

Robert Legacy has been charged with 18 felonious counts of receiving stolen goods over $500. His son has been charged with 30 counts of larceny over $500, also felonies. Both men have been released on bail and are scheduled to appear in court on June 23.

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