DIGHTON - Former Dighton Fire Chief Antone Roderick is facing 23 new charges Thursday.

Roderick was accused in November of using town money for personal items including women’s capri pants and tank tops.

Last month, the Board of Selectmen voted to fire him.

ABC 6 News says of the new charges Roderick is facing, 21 are public employee standards of conduct violations. In all, Roderick is facing 27 charges.

Roderick is due back in court in May for a pre-trial conference.

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