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2 :b::kt N.nter: D:mRkrl ) ~r-.lnta" Q:mjcir1flrddrt 1'l!ntEr. Ole di t N:rTe G C"-316-1O. T., FirS: Mtfe ~EMELVN re cds arrrritted by tre a:n sed ae cesoit::a:l teonwth a:d1 Pd apssent:y cr stctltecileg:dy v;dci:ed, if ~ q:lici:e. \Na:1 ttae is rrae then cre ciferse, a:d1 cife-re sh:ud be n..rrt:a-ed dtcrdcgcally. (591fcrth a tnf'fsutttbydtrefa:is slilidertlo a:mretre de!en:trt dtre rmre dtre d!ense(s) ct-agad Adtciimlo tre stmte(s) alegedy\.1daed, Wttn.t rrae, is rd s.i!idert n a SUTTTBYcase,'P. mst dtetre spetificsooia(s) a-d s..t:sedia(s) d tre stmte(s) cr ad inrce(s) alegedyvidaoo. The ~ dtrevidima: trenrredtre dfense 1"t ::eirdlde:l ifkrot.n nactfti01, sxia sa:uity n..nters a-d fira-da infc:nraim (eg A'S) sh::udrd ::e listai ftreidertityctanaxxxrtmst ::eestajishsd, listaiytre lastfar dg1s. 2D4PAO:de ) AOPC 412A - Rev. 09/08 Page 2 of 7

3 D:x:kt 'l.nta: C:CeRkrl 0TNl..i\EfX:a1~ Cl::J'rjjBirtnrri<trtN. ntu',. G C Ole d: t Nne. RrS: MtJe ~EMELVN 1rd'meD~ Clfense 18sot A DO:n;pra::y x ' sl.du-e: F B THEFT OF SERVCES F3 3 COUNTS The actor having control over the disposition of services of others, namely THE ACTOR KNOWNpLY DVERTED SUCH SERVCES VALUED N EXCESS OF $ TO HER OWN BENEFT WHEN SHE UTLZED A MEMBER OF HER JUDCAL STAFF, NAMELY HER SSTER, JANNE ORE, TO FACLTATE AND PROMOTE THEN-JUDGE ORE MELVN'S ELECTON CAMPAGNS FOR A POSTON ON THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANA AT VAROUS DVERSE TMES N BOTH 2003 AND 2009, to which the actor was not entitled, knowingly diverted such services to his own benefit or to the benefit of another not entitled thereto in violation of 18 PaC.S. 3926(b). The actor having control over the disposition of services of others, namely THE ACTOR, PERSONALLY AND ALSO THROUGH JANNE ORE AND JANE ORE, ACCOMPLCES PURSUANT TO 18 PA CS 306,KNOWNGLY DVERTED SUCH SERVCES VALUED N EXCESS OF $2, TO HER OWN BENEFT WHEN AT VAROUS DVERSE TMES SHE UTLZED MEMBERS OF HER JUDCAL ST~FF, ~NRc~~g~EGT~~~_~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~Np~~~~A~~~~~~~%~ ~~~E:~O~~;~~~~1~EE AND SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANA DURNG ELECTON CYCLES N BOTH 2003 AND 2009, to which the actor was not entitled, knowingly diverted such services to his own benefit or to the benefit of another not entitled thereto in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. 3926(b). The actor having control over the disposition of services of others, namely THE ACTOR, PERSONALLY AND ALSO THROUGH JANNE ORE AND JANE ORE, ACCOMPLCES PURSUANT TO 18 PA CS 306, KNOWNGLY DVERTED SUCH SERVCES VALUED N EXCESS OF $2, TO HER OWN BENEFT WHEN AT VAROUS DVERSE TMES SHE UTLZED CERTAN MEMBERS OF THE PENNSYLVANA SENATORAL STAFF OF HER SSTER, SENATOR JANE ORE, THOSE LEGSLATVE STAFFERS NCLUDNG, BUT NOT BENG LMTED TO, SHARON COCHRAN, JASON DAVDEK, JOSH DonlAND JAME PAVLOT, TO FACLTATE AND PROMOTE THEN-JUDGE ORE MELVN'S POLTCAL CAMPAGNS FOR A POSTON ON THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANA DURNG ELECTON CYCLES N 2003 AND 2009, to which the actor was not entitled, knowingly diverted such services to his own benefit or to the benefit of another not entitled thereto in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. 3926(b). Aope 412A - Rev. 09/08 Page 3 of 7

4 RrS:: G ;~ Rl.JCEOlM Onpar171rodrt C-316"10, L.a:t ORE MELVN ~= GJO:n;p1aY 1n::tme.1 0~ Clfa"Ele, 18rot A 18m3,', 1.,2; ,1 B~' l,dtte:1 '. 18 ' 1'1 1 F3 1 1 Lem? Qeree# Srtim 9..t:.eEdim Fl".9aU:e(Trtle) Cl:u1s Ga:.e N:lCc::J"a"seOxe lxhns:5o:x:e RniXJfDm:' : A:l:XErt (if~ic::al;je)v ".',,..'"N..rrt:e-', 0 S:tetyZcre [] V\trkZcre saue D:s::ripiaiA::tsd tre ad eaj a:a::ricted Vithths Ofa-ea: A1 CRMNAL CONSPRACY F3 1 COUNT The actor, with the intent of promoting or facilitating the crime of 18: 3926: B conspired and agreedl with JANNE ORE AND SENATOR JANE ORE, TO DRECT SfAFFERS FROM BOTH JUDGE ORE M1ELVN'S SUPEROR COURT JUDCAL STAFF, NCLUDNG LSA SASNOSK, MOLLY CREENAN, KATHY SQURES AND OTHERS, AND ALSO CERTAN STAFFERS FROM SENATOR JANE ORE'S LEGSLATVE STAFF NCLUDNG SHARON COCHRAN, 1ASON DAVDEK, JOSH DOn AND JAME PAVLOT, TO FACLTATE AND PROMOTE THE ACTOR'S ELECTON CAMPAGNS FOR HGHER JUDCAL OFFCE AS A JUSTCE OF THE PENNSYLVANA SUPREME COURT N BOTH 2003 AND 2009 tha they 0' one or mace 0' 'hem would enqaqe in conduct constitutinq such crime 0' an attempt ac solicitation to commit such crime, and in furtherance thereoi did commit an overt act in violation of 18 Pa. C.S, 903 (a)(1), hdrde: D~ 1~=Q11 DO:n;paY Clfa"Ele, 18rot A 18m3 ', 3 " -:>, A.1 cftti! 1 -; 1'8! 11' 1 M2 1 " 1 r Lem? Qeree# Srtim 9..t:.eEdicr Fl".9aU:eTrtlel Cl:u1s Ga:.e CCc::J"a"seOxe lxhns:5o:x:e Rn' X:Jl"Wa ADdrt'1 0 S:tetyZcre DV\trkZcre. (ifa:p~, N.{r:a; i..' saued:s::ripiaia::tsd1tead se::ia:a::rictedvlithttisofa-ea: A MSAPPLCATON OF ENTRUSTED PROPERTY AND PROPERTY OF GOVERNMENT OR FNANCAL NSTTUTONS M2 1 COUNT The actor applied or disposed of property, namely THE ACTOR, PERSONALLY AND THROUGH JJANNE ORE, AN ACCOMPLCE PURSUANT TO 18 PA CS 306, USED HER SUPEROR COURT OFFCE FACLTES AND OFFCE EQUPMENT TO FACLTATE AND PROMOTE ORE MELVN'S POLTCAL CAMPAGN ACTVTES N HER BD FOR HGHER JUDCAL OFFCE AS A JUSTCE <DFTHE PENNSYLVANA SUPREME COURT N BOTH 2003 AND do09, that had been entrusted to the actor\as a fiduciary, or property of the government or of a financial institution, in a manner which said actor knew was unlawful and involved substantial risk of loss or detriment to the owner of the property or to a person for whose benefit the property was entrusted, in violation of 18 ~a,c,s, 4113(a), 1 AOPC 412A - Rev. 09/08 Page 4 of 7

5 ~ R1l<ECHMNN..<XlVRANf ::b:ht N.ntEr. DmFiEd ~N.n1:a" cpypart11rddrt~ " OfeLhtNne G C HS: Mtie ~EMELVN rm:ae -D.ctnp: ~icitaticn DQrsPrcq Clfa"lge 18g:n A 18972A 18SC db 1 18', M2 1 lad? Qfurse# S=dim s..t:oodim f"la-sm.tetrtle) Q::uis Qa:E 'OCar.ree0X2 u::hner3cl:l:e ~~. - = D S:fEiy2rre o W::rl<2rre Settle CEooipicn'Pds d tre an a=d a::a:xicted\/lith 1hsOfe-ee v OFFCAL OPPRESSON M2 2 COUNTS The actor, acting or purporting to act in an offical capacity or taking advantage of such actual or purported capacity namely JUDGE OF THE SUPEROR COURT OF PENNSYLVANA, knowing that said actor's conduct was illegal subjected another to arrest, detention, search, seizure, mistreatment, dispossession, assessment, lien or other infringement of personal or property rights; or denied or impeded the exercise or enjoyment of any right, privilege, power or immunity by another, namely LSA SASNOSK, REQURNG HER TO PERFORM POLTCAL AND CAMPAGN RELATED ACTS N 2003 THAT WERE PROHBTED BY PENNSYLVANA SUPREME COURT ORDER OF COURT AND PROCEDURES FpR ALL COURT PERSONNEL AND/OR BY REQURNG HER TO PERFORM POLTCAL AND CAMPAGN RELATED ACTS DURNG OFFCE HOURS WHEN USE OF STAFF EMPLOYEES N THAT MANNER VOLATED PENNSYLVANA CRMNAL LAWAND/OR BY TERMNATNG HER EMPLOYMENT WTH THE COURT AFTER SHE EXPRESSED CONCERNS ABOUT DONG SUCH WORK, THE ACTOR COMMTTNG THS OFFENSE PERSONALLY AND THROUGH JANNE OR!E, AN ACCOMPLCE PURSUANT Tol18 PA CS 306, in violation of 18 Pa. C.S. 5301(1) or (2). The actor, acting or purporting to act in an offical capacity or taking advantage of such actual or purported capacity namely JUDGE OF THE SUPEROR COURT OF PENNSYLVANA, knowing that said actor's conduct was illegal subjected another to arrest, detention, search, seizure, mistreatment, dispossession, assessment, lien or other infringement of personal or property rights; or denied or impeded the exercise or enjoyment of any right, privilege, power or immunity by another, namely MOLLY CREENAN, REQURNG HER TO PERFORM POLTCAL AND CAMPAGN RELATED ACTS N 2003 AND 2009 THAT WERE PROHBTED BY PENNSYLVANA SUPREME COURT ORDER OF COURT AND PROCEDU1RES FOR ALL COURT PERSONNEL AND/OR BY REQURNG HER TO PERFORM POLTCAL AND CAMPAGN RELATED ACTS DURNG OFFCE HOURS WHEN USE OF STATE EMPLOYEES N THAT MANNER VOLATED PENNSYLVANA CRMNAL LAW AND/OR BY CONTNUNG TO EXERT PRESSURE ON CREENAN TO PERFORM POLTCAL WORK DESPTE HER EXPRESSED OPPOSTON, THE ACTOR COMMTTNG THS OFFENSE PERSONALLY AND THROUGH JANNE ORE, AN ACCOMPLCE PURSUANT TO 18 PA CS 306, in violation of 18 Pa. C.S (1) or (2). 1 AOPC 412A - Rev. 09/08 Page 5 of 7

6 " Ole mt NTe ' om Rim firs: CJ'M.M:fhn r-tn1:er G M:t:te FQJCE(HM Qnpar111rtidrt.'C-316:10" La:t: ORE MELVN.n:lam D~ 1 ~icilatioo DOrsPa Ofenee 18rot A 180Cl2A 18m3! ~.' '1,1. dtt-& :, H~~.., 1 :, 1:" M2: / ;,... t Lea:!? (]fa-se# S:di01 9.J::Eedi01 A'\9aLte (Tille) 0:u1s Qa:e foccjfi:reej:ae URNffi5O::da RlriXJ"Dm" : Pd:icB-t, '.1.' (if~ica:te);,.' ~,", 0 S:fEtyZcre OW:rkZcre SctUe D:sJipicrlPds d tre ern a=d a:a:::dcted Wth ths Cf'en::e A CRMNAL SOLCTATON M2 1 COUNT The actor with the intent of promoting or facilitating the crime of 18: 4910: 1 commanded, encouraged or requested JAME PAVLOT TO ENGAGE N CONDUCT THAT WOULD CONSTTUTE THE CRME GF TAMPERNG WTH PHYSCAL EVDENCE, OR THAT WOULD ESTABLSH THE ACTOR'S COMPJCTY N THE SAD CRME, WHEN THE ACTOR, ON OR ABOUT EARLY NOVEMBER 2009, WHLE ON A TELEPHONE CALL WTH HER SSTER, SENATOR JANE ORE AND SENATOR JANE ORE'S CHEF OF STAFF JAME PAVLOT, TOLD PAVLOT TO REMOVE ANY POLTCAL DOCUMENTS FROM TWO!BOXES OF MATERALS WHCH PAVLOT HAD REMOVED FROM SENATOR ORE'S SENATORAL DSTRCT OFFCE ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, to engage in specific conduct which would constitute the aforesaid crime or an attempt to commit the aforesaid crime, or which would establish that person's complicity in its commission or attempted commission, in violation of 18 Pa. C.S. 902 (a)..hdam 'O~ 1 ~icilatioo OOrsPa. Ofenee 18rot A 180Cl2A 18m3 1. ~' '. 6~. : 4910 :-.1 dthe".'';,;.,.,' 18' >.. : J1. " :M2'~ ".\,,. ' Lea:!? (]fa-se# S:di01 9.J::Eedi01 A'\9aLte(Trtle) 0:u1s Qa:e NJCCJfi:reeq:txe URNffi5O::da,,RrriX'J"OU:,," Y f ctrt.1.: (if~iba:ie) /31r' N.rrt::Er. 0 S:fEtyZcre OW:rkZcre saue D:sJipicrlPds d treern a=d a:a:::dcted Wth ths Ofe-ee A1 CRMNAL CONSPRACY M2 1 COUNT The actor, with the intent of promoting or facilitating the crime of 18: 4910: 1 conspired and agreed with SENATOR JANE ORE, WHEN, BELEVNG THAT AN OFFCAL NVESTGATON WAS PENDNG OR ABOUT TO BE NTATED, ENCOURAGED OR REQUESTED JAME PAVLOT TO ENGAGE N CONDUCT THAT WOULD CONSTTUTE THE CRME OF TAMPERNG WTH PHYSCAL EVDENCE, OR THAT WOULD ESTABLSH THE ACTOR'S COMPLCTY N THE SAD CRME, WHEN ON OR ABOUT EARLY NOVEMBER 2009, THE ACTOR, WHLE ON A TELEPHONE CALL WTH HER SSTER, SENATOR JANE ORE AND SENATOR JANE ORE'S CHEF OF STAFF JAME PAVLOT, TOLD PAVLOT TO REMO~E ANY POLTCAL DOCUMENTS FROM TWO BOXES OF MATERALS WHCH PAVLOT HAD REMOVED FROM SENATOR ORE'S SENATORAL DSTRCT OFFCE ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER that they or one or more of them would engage in conduct constituting such crime or an attempt or solicitation to commit such crime, and in furtherance thereof did commit an overt act in violation of 18 Pa. C.S. 9031(a)(1). AOPC 412A - Rev. 09/08 Page 6 of 7

7 ~ FQJCECRMN ~CXlVR.ANr D::rlcEt JUrl::a: omfiled 0TNLMSca1 N.rrber O:Jn;Jairtnrddrt N.Jirbr, O:ia d:t t N:ne.. G C~ '. Fir.:t Mtle ~E MELVN 2 ask tt::t a \.a1crt d arest cr a a s ::eisa.ed crd ttettre defen:irt ::ereq.jre::: to a-s./\.6" tre d a g:s ra.e 3.=_ttetDs fathintns crrrpart aetn.eau~ totte test d rry 1<rarJ<'<ge~i b" mm au baia. llis \.6ificctim is rra::e s..tjed: totre p::raties d $a:tim 49)4 d tre Oirres 0::x::i9 (18 PA CS 4ro1-) rectirg to L.rl5V\.Cl1l tasificctim to a..th:rities. 4. llis a::rrpart is cxrrpised d tte p-e::edrg p:g:(s) ru ter s:: tha.g1 Tre a::ts ccrrmtted by tre a::o ee:i, as listedcrd ha"eate-, \/\Ere cg:i rst tre peeoe crd dgity d tre Ccrrrrrrl.A.e3th d R:rrsy1Vcria crd vere cairayto 1te M(s) d tre ~y, cr in \-1dctim d tre sl:ctltesdted. (B:!fae a VBr1"Crt ex cn-estcal be issled,alaffidmt ex ~d:el:.:tecase JTU5:be ~eted, SV\D11 to befo'e tte isslirgautnity, crdatail8d.). 1\ ~ ' XNANvtb "~ (,11. (Sg-Etue d Pffia'it ' (O:te) l Pl\D 1\01\( 01tlis dte ~th:t trea:rrpart h3s ta:n pq:aty a:rrpetedcrd\a3ifiai "",.,... d p..-e<a ems tearrpaaj""",a-1teisurl.... (M:gsteia DstridCart N..ma) ~ ( 'S>:, '1-. AOPC 412A - Rev. 09/08 Page 7 of 7

8 D:fe d:t t r-are. O::mRkrl firs: 0JNl.M:Eca1 N.n1:Er G Mtiel ~rb1rddrt~ '. C-316-1'ol ~EMELVN AFFDAVT of P ~BABLE CAUSE 1. WHEN: a) Date when Affiant received information: 10/30/2009 b) Date when the source of information (Police Officers, nformant, Victim, Co-Defendant, Defendant, etc.) received information: 10/30/ a) How Affiant knows this particular person commited crime: (personal bservation, defendant's admissions, etc.): evidence and/or information obtained from participants and eyewitnesses to the alleged criminal acts described herein;evidence or information personally observed and/or obtained d~ring the course of the investigation; evidence or information obtained or observed by other Detectives directly involvbd lin this investigation and the conclusion of the 2010 Allegheny County nvestigating Grand Jury investigation resulting i1 the issuance of Grand Jury presentment C-2 3. b) c) How the source of information knows this particular person committed the crime: evidence and/or information obtained from participants and eyewitnesses to the alleged criminal acts described herein;evidence or information personally observed and/or obtainedl d~ring the course of the investigation; evidence or information obtained or observed by other Detectives directly involved lin this investigation and the conclusion of the 2010 Allegheny County nvestigating Grand Jury investigation resulting inl the issuance of Grand Jury presentment C-21 How both Affiant and/or source of information knows that a particular crime has been commited: evidence and/or information obtained from participants and eyewitnesses to the alleged criminal acts described herein;evidence or information personally observed and/or obtainedl d~ring the course of the investigation; evidence or information obtained or observed by other Detectives directly involv dlin this investigation and the conclusion of t~1e 2010 Allegheny County nvestigating Grand Jury investigation resulting in the issuance of Grand Jury presentment C-2 WHAT CRMES: B THEFT OF SERVCES Ai CRMNAL CONSPRACY A CRMNAL SOLCTATON B THEFT OF SERVCES B THEFT OF SERVCES OFFCAL OPPRESSON OFFCAL OPPRESSON A MSAPPLCATON OF ENTRUSTED PROPERTY AND PROPERTY OF GOVERNMENT OR lnancal Ai CRMNAL CONSPRACY 4. WHERE CRME(S) COMMTTED: PTTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANA Page 1 of 3

9 omred: firs: 0lNU\.EScal1'lnbr G M::t:Je 5. WHY AFFANT BELEVES THE SOURCE OF NFORMATON: X X X Source is presumed reliable, i.e. other Police Officer, Eyewitness, Victim of Crime, etc. Source has given information in th~ past which has led to arrest lndlor conviction Defendant's reputation for criminal activity This source made declaration against his/her penal interest to the above offense Affiant and/or other Police Officers corroborated details of the i~formation The affiant of this affidavit is Frances Laquatra, a law enforcement officj of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania within the meaning of Section 5702 of the Pennsylvania Crimes Code and, as such, am efpowered to make arrests for criminal offenses enumerated therein. am currently employed as a Detective with the Allegheny Courty District Attorney's office and have bee'n employed in this capacity for the past fourteen years. My current duties involve the imvestigation of all facets of criminal activity, including the investigation and prosecution of white collar crime. The information contained in this affidavit is based on: evidence and/or irformation obtained from participants and eyewitnesses to the alleged criminal acts as described herein; evidence and/or informati~n personally obtained or observed durind the course of the investigation; evidence and/or information obtained and/or observed by pther Detectives (including Allegheny CoJnty Detective's Perann Tansmore, Patricia Parker, Kevin Flanigan, Tim Cross, Alan Bal\o, Rick Byers, Jackelyn Weibel and Lyle Graber) directly involved in this investigation; the conclusion of the 2010 Allegheny Cou ty nvestigating Grand Jury investigation resulting in the issuance of Grand Jury Presentment (C-2); the criminal trial which led t9 the conviction of Senator Jane Clare Orie in March 2012 and the conclusion of the 2010 Allegheny County nvestigating Grand JLlry investigation resulting in the issuance of Grand Jury Presentment (C). During the course of the investigation, your affiant has personally intervi wed or otherwise been present during the interview of witnesses; of those interviews not personally interviewed, your affiant h s reviewed the investigative reports prepared by other 4 Detectives of such interviews. Your affiant has reviewed all available evidence received during this investigation ~nd read all grand jury testimony provided under oath by witnesses. Your affiant has read prand Jury Presentment (C-2) in its entirjty, and avers that the contents contained therein comport to your affiant's aforementio ed knowledge and understanding of this investigation as a result of both your affiant's and other officers' investigative activities that have been told to me. There exists a presumption of regularity which surrounds the Grand Jury proceedings and as such you affiant avers that the source of this information, the Grand Jury Presentment, is presumed reliable. Your affiant has attached a c09y of said Presentment (C-2)which is made part of this affidavit of probable cause by this reference thereto and offers the infornnation contained therein as probable cause for the issuance of process, namely, a criminal complaint for the herein named actor. Based upon the aforementioned information which is believed to be true and correct, and noting that the accused herein has at all times pertinent to these charges (that being the time period spanning Jaruary 2003 through November 2009) and at the current time, Actor continues to be an elected member of the Judiciary of the Colmmonwealth of Pennsylvania and thus a [public officer or employee' and therefore subject to the provisions of the Judicial Code, 412 PA C.S (c)(2) regarding the applicable statute of limitations for the initiation of criminal proceedings, your affiant respectfu y requests that a criminal complaint and warrant of arrest be issued: Page 2 of 3

10 om RErl: 0TNlMS::al N..rrb:r G Fir.:t \tt:tle, FRANCES LAQUATRA,EE'3[l.J...:'1~POX:Rll'3lOll-EL.A\\( ar:eeftl\osay "J1-i6.Tll-E F.ccTSSET FCRrH Nll-E fu"b3:l'll3afr[]l4mt PFE~ftl\O<X:FH:CTlOll-E a:sr a= Mf <N:l.EX; NUMO.l1011ANlEElJEF. Gj\aMQ K"'"' n L=" ""'-- _ Stlantorrecrds.J:a::rite::lWaerrethr"S ~ $id. _' _ ~ ~,=-- 1 _. Q:te -- 1 ' M:gs:eia Osttict~ "-"'J,, V M,tcomissiOleq:jfS first rvt:rd3yd JaLay, L(j) \ i'~. C?~ <.. (~crt), " Page 3 of 3

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