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Violet Maslanka Dies and the Son, Timothy Maslanka, Is Arrested
Violet Maslanka died on Tuesday, June 12, 2012. She was 85 years old. Timothy Maslanka was employed as a pharmaceutical sales representative for Janssen Pharmaceutical. Story by Nancy Trinkett, Associate Editor
Property Is Sold for Taxes – The Mobile Home Unsafe & Car Repossessed
Violet Maslanka had many financial problems in 2010. She was unable to pay the real estate tax due on her property in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. The property was sold by the Fayette County Tax Claim Bureau. The Maslanka mobile home in Kissimmee Florida was declared unsafe by Madeline Lopez, an Osceola County Code Enforcement Officer. Violet's 2008 Chevrolet Impala was reprocessed by Wells Fargo Dealer Services. Unfortunately Violet Maslanka lived her last years in poverty without proper housing and transportation. The oldest son Timothy Maslanka was the source of many legal & financial problems.
Johnson & Johnson Fired Timothy Maslanka for Credit Card Use
Timothy Maslanka was employed as a pharmaceutical sales representative for Janssen Pharmaceutical. The parent company Johnson & Johnson terminated his employment in 2002 because he violated the expense reimbursement policy and use of the corporate credit card. Timothy Maslanka filed a civil case against Johnson & Johnson, however the New Jersey Court ruled against Maslanka and he lost the case. Timothy Maslanka was arrested on criminal charges by the Osceola County Sheriff in 2008 and again in 2012. The legal problems and criminal charges caused considerable financial damage to the Maslanka family in Florida.
Timothy Maslanka Arrested for Drug Charges
Timothy Maslanka was arrested by the Osceola County Sheriff in 2008 and charged with: aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, battery, fleeing police and drug charges. On June 19th 2012 Timothy Maslanka was arrested again and booked in the Osceola County Jail.
The 2012 criminal case against Timothy Maslanka is set for pre-trial on July 18th by Osceola County Judge Hal C. Epperson, JR. For more information on the recent criminal arrest of Timothy Maslanka and the Johnson & Johnson civil case, contact the following links: http://florida.arrests.org/
Page Updated Last on: Jul 11, 2012