Posted: 4:32 pm Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Ex-Glades Central AD gets 6 months probation for making ‘false statements’ in fraud case 

By Post Staff

A former Glades Central High School co-athletic director was sentenced this morning to six months of probation on a charge of making false official statements in a case where he was accused of fraudulently receiving sports supplement money from the school district.

Henry Cook Jr., 40, of Riviera Beach, was originally accused of fraudulently asking for and receiving $6,550 in supplements in 2008 for coaching swimming and flag football, though Glades Central High doesn’t have a swim team and the school’s actual flag football coach that season told police he never received money from Cook.

Click here to read the full story by The Post’s Daphne Duret.