Monday, March 07, 2011

Supervisor John Auberger, It's Time To Resign

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    Oct. 28 (2010): "Bittner and Antinora meet with Auberger and Spoto at Spoto’s office at Gallo and Iacovangelo in Rochester. Also attending is Investigator Robert Siersma of the District Attorney’s Office. In the interview, Auberger said he had know Monica Neusatz for 10 years and had a sexual relationship with her for the past 1 ½ years. He also said he did not tell police he knew Neusatz because he felt their relationship wasn’t germane to the homicide investigation."
  
(Rest of timeline posted inside)

17 comments:

SCATS said...

Auberger Investigation Timeline from D&C ~~

Timeline in Monica Neusatz murder case

2010
Sept. 29: Monica M. Neusatz, 53 is found stabbed to death in her home on Old English Drive in Greece after her son, Kurt S. Neusatz, 23, calls 911 about 8 p.m. Kurt Neusatz, whose family said he has been treated for a mental illness since he was 17, is hospitalized with self-inflicted stab wounds.

Oct. 8: A sealed indictment charges Kurt Neusatz with intentional second-degree murder. He is arraigned at Strong Memorial Hospital when the indictment is opened. His lawyer enters a plea of not guilty on his behalf.

Oct. 19: Greece police Capt. Patrick Phelan tells Chief Todd Baxter that a review of Monica Neusatz’s cell phone shows multiple calls between her and Greece Supervisor John Auberger. Baxter asks whether there is any sign of culpability on Auberger’s part and is told there is not. According to a police report, Baxter tells Phelan the Police Department “will take the high road and conduct this investigation impartial and thorough.”

Oct. 20: Baxter meets with Phelan, Lt. Michael Bihrle and Sgts. Christopher Bittner and Joseph Antinora at 7:45 a.m. They agree that Auberger must be interviewed but decide to first contact the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office for guidance. At 8:30 a.m., Phelan meets with Second Assistant District Attorney Timothy L. Prosperi and briefs him on the phone records. At 9:15 a.m., Baxter meets with Auberger in Auberger’s office and tells him the Police Department will interview him. At 4 p.m., Auberger’s lawyer, David Spoto, calls Baxter and says he wants to attend the interview.

Oct. 28: Bittner and Antinora meet with Auberger and Spoto at Spoto’s office at Gallo and Iacovangelo in Rochester. Also attending is Investigator Robert Siersma of the District Attorney’s Office. In the interview, Auberger said he had know Monica Neusatz for 10 years and had a sexual relationship with her for the past 1 ½ years. He also said he did not tell police he knew Neusatz because he felt their relationship wasn’t germane to the homicide investigation.

Anonymous said...

Auberger continues to make greece look like clown town, how is he still in office.

Ps Bernie Iacovangello big wig republican and gates town boss

Anonymous said...

I give all the credit in the world to Chief Baxter for having the guts to stand up and do what is right!! If we still had the previous moron as Chief or the other moron Gerry Phelan this would have all been swept under the rug in a huge Republican way! Tons of favors would have been called in to keep this quiet. Mega kudos Chief!

For Auberger.....he can't resign soon enough for me. I don't care if you are Democrat, Republican or Independent, any politician with with a moral compass like Auberger should be forced out of office IMMEDIATELY. To sit and wait to see if anyone finds out about his affair with this poor woman and not have the balls to come forward right away is beyond comprehension. This is a MURDER investigation for gods sake. And for Auberger to complain that this poor woman's family is going through more pain because this affair is now public is crap. He should of thought of this BEFORE he got involved with a married woman. Again, no morals or values for our supposed leader. The Republican party should be demanding he resign today!

Thank you again Chief Baxter for having the character and moral compass to do the right thing regardless of who the person is and who they are connected too!

SCATS said...

To 6:37PM ~~ Do you not see that Chief Baxter knew about Auberger's affair for months & helped to keep it all quiet until recently? Chief Baxter even admits that he takes responsibility for any cover-up in the radio interview!

Anonymous said...

OMG Scats....I did not hear this! I am the 6:37pm poster. WHY keep this a secret? Why do politicians deserve different treatment. If it was anyone but an elected official involved in this the news would have been out months ago. I guess my kudos to the Police Chief are not warrented at all. It is sad and our community deserves better.

SCATS said...

To 7:30PM ~~ On a more positive note, I do give Chief Todd kudos for deciding to not go down with Auberger's sinking ship. Reading between the lines of all I've seen & heard today, Baxter's Press Release seems to reveal that he decided he had to admit the facts to the media when "98.9 The Buzz came to a decision to run the story today." The link is posted on an earlier BLOG today. I suggest you read everything you can about this case.

Anonymous said...

Well at least I know now that the supposed "prayer" prior to each Town Hall Meeting, mandated by Auberger himself, was in reality, a confessional.

RESIGN AUBERGER. CHRIS LEE HAS ROOM IN FLORIDA TO STOW YOU AWAY IN.

Anonymous said...

You don't think Chatterton and the boys were involved in trying to save the king, they did not donate money for nothing. I hope Auggie takes them with him.

Anonymous said...

Germane, hmmm! I guess Augie should know a great deal of what is or is not relevent to any case where his name comes up. The only issue I have is that his name seems to come up a great deal when there is wrong doing or deceit being mentioned.
It is a shame that the Neusatz family needs to go through another episode of emotional stress in there personal lives.
Augie should resign and resign a.s.a.p.!! Only then will many of the people in the Town be able to say it is over!

Anonymous said...

Isn't Spoto the same attorney he used to get rid of Rahn, are we paying his bill to?

Anonymous said...

Wonder if he will still be doing collecting the money at St. Lawrence this Sunday.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Auberger, it has gone far to long for you and you should of resigned last spring. Your name has become a synomone to deceit in our Town.

Anonymous said...

Surprised that Mr. Auberger did not say, "I don't recall" during his interview. Probably because he used his personal cell phone vs. the town supplied phone. If it was the Town cell phone, he could of said, "well it was stolen and I just realized it", hopefully some crack head will return it.

Anonymous said...

I have run a business in Greece for 35 years,
and unfortunately I live here as well.
During that whole time the Town of Greece
has become more and more corrupt. The first
day I moved into my building 35 years ago, the building
inspector told me what I would have to
pay him, in cash, if I wanted a C of O.
I chased him out and called his boss.
Last year a good friend of mine opened
a new business and was told what he had to pay.
When I asked him why he paid them off he said
I have too much invested to have them hold up my project!
I have my building, my business and my home up for sale.
I am leaving NY State and will never be back.
We are moving to one of the few states that is not on
the verge of bankruptcy!

SCATS said...

To 4:18PM ~~ Your experience and my understanding of how things have been run are very similar. Where the heck are the Democrats???

Anonymous said...

I do not think he should resign, he should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Can we start a petition to have the Attorney General come in and investigate?

Anonymous said...

Jack Aufberger is a sleazy slimy caricature of himself. Leave now you have disgraced the town, your office and yourself. This is like an episode of Boardwalk Empire. Plenty of sleaze and slime to go around.