Accused Ravens school scammer gets court date

Trial set for Joseph Gill

CENTREVILLE, Md. - The man accused of stealing money from various schools and PTA groups in Maryland will get the chance to face his accusers.

Joseph Gill is set for a criminal trial in Queen Anne's County on February 24, for various theft charges.

Gill stands accused to of accepting money from different school districts and PTA groups as payment for Ravens anti-bullying assemblies, but those groups say Gill never came through and broke the hearts of children hoping to see some of the Ravens players.

Queen Anne's County was the first jurisdiction to file criminal charges against Gill, however, some other counties have since filed their own charges.

The Queen Anne's County criminal charges stem from promised assemblies at Centreville Middle School and Sudlersville Elementary School, both of which gave him $400.

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