District Attorney Richard Goldinger confirmed that he suspended Assistant District Attorney Richard Bosco. Goldinger said Bosco is suspended pending the outcome of a Human Resources administrative hearing Tuesday. That hearing will address the issues regarding the suspension and possible outcome.
Bosco’s caseload has been divided among the remaining ADAs in the office “just making sure everything is covered,” Goldinger said. “This is a team effort. Everyone is pulling together, and we’ll be OK.”
That includes the prosecution of Joshua K. Greaves, 35, who is charged with homicide and robbery-related counts in the death of Gregory W. Bosko, 55, of Kittanning. Police allege Greaves slashed Bosko’s throat in March during a drug deal in Lyndora. Richard Bosco was leading the prosecution of that case.
Goldinger said Bosco has worked in the district attorney’s office since 2009.
Bosco was suspended once before for verbally then coming close to physically attacking another ADA Ben Simon. A source in the office tells me this is because Bosco was tired of Simon not doing his job.
Bosco has expressed frustration with the District Attorneys office for the way they have been handling cases as of late. Bosco does not feel everyone should be “getting off scott free”
Goldinger has nothing to say about this publicly, but the facts are unless you are part of the goldinger corrupt crew inside of this office, then you are going to have an issue not agreeing with his garbage.