GUILTY PLEAS IN PENN TRAFFIC CASE SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Two former officers of Penn Traffic Co. here have pleaded guilty to filing false and misleading financial records. Leslie Knox, who served as senior vice president of merchandising, and Linda Jones, Penn Traffic's former vice president of non-perishable merchandising, face up to 20 years in prison and fines totaling more than $5 million for their roles in a scheme to falsely report vendor allowances and other payments that helped the ...

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