Former Contra Costa Elections Chief Joe Canciamilla Pleads Guilty To Perjury, Personal Use of Campaign FundsFormer Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder Joe Canciamilla has pleaded guilty to nine counts of grand theft and perjury for using election campaign accounts for personal reasons like paying off a loan and going on an overseas trip, county prosecutors announced Tuesday.
Former Contra Costa County Clerk Pleads Not Guilty To Theft And Perjury Charges Former Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder Joe Canciamilla pleaded not guilty Monday morning to 34 felony counts of grand theft and perjury related to allegations he illegally used nearly $262,000 from election campaign accounts to pay off a personal loan and for travel and other luxuries.
Fmr. East Bay Elections Chief Charged For Alleged Theft Of $261,000Joe Canciamilla, the former elections chief for Contra Costa County was charged Wednesday with 34 felonies for allegedly using more than a quarter million dollars in campaign funds for personal expenses and lying about it.
Ex-Contra Costa Clerk-Recorder Admits Pocketing $130K In Campaign Funds, May Face ChargesLongtime Contra Costa County politician Joe Canciamilla is facing possible criminal charges after agreeing to pay $150,000 in state fines for misusing campaign funds.