Pa. Governor's Sous Chef's Sticky Fingers

The 28-year-old pleaded guilty to stealing $15,000 in silverware and other valuables.

It’s a case of sticky fingers for one of the state’s top chefs.

A sous chef at the Pa. governor's residence admits to stealing silver flatware and other items from his workplace.
Twenty-eight-year-old Michael David Yancey plead guilty Wednesday to receiving stolen property in the thefts. The thefts, which spanned three months, totaled $15,000 in silver and other items.

Authorities were tipped off after Yancey offered a jewelry dealer silver that was stamped “Executive Mansion.

In January police recovered six framed photos and a football signed by former NFL quarterback Jim Kelly for former Gov. Ed Rendell in Yancey’s home.
Yancey will be sentenced on July 27.

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