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Van Horn Settles Charges of Impersonating and Forgery

Gary Van Horn mug shot

Gary Van Horn of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and the long-time former head of the now-defunct Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh settled his charges of impersonating a public servant and forging the signature of a county sheriff on Friday. Van Horn took an accelerated rehabilitative disposition, ARD, which includes two years of probation, 300 hours of community service, and fines & fees totaling $3,127.75.

Van Horn was accused of installing flashing red and white lights on his 2017 Ford Explorer and forging Allegheny County Sheriff William Mullen’s signature on documents that he provided to police to prove his car was designated as an emergency vehicle, the criminal complaint said.

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