(Northampton, MA) – The head of the automotive program at Smith Vocational School has pleaded not guilty to larceny. Jonathan Yourga allegedly diverted two cars that had been donated to the school. The car theft allegations arose during an investigation into Yourga’s behavior with women. Yourga has stepped down from his job. He’ll be back in court in August. His attorney says Yourga will be exonerated.
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