A former state employee has pleaded guilty to grand larceny for using a state credit card to pay for his wedding and family vacations, according to the New York State Inspector General.
State officials say 46-year-old Donald Chrisman, formerly of Niagara Falls, made more than $16,500 in unapproved personal purchases.
Investigators say purchases included a family vacation at Darien Lake amusement park and a ceremony at The Falls Wedding Chapel in Niagara Falls.
Authorities say Chrisman, now living in Rochester, was employed by the Office for People With Developmental Disabilities. He was assigned a state credit card to be used for travel expenses related to his work duties.
Chrisman is due back in Monroe County Court for sentencing in January 2017.