Sources: Anthony Savikis resigns as Allegheny County judge
Anthony Savikis has resigned as Allegheny County judge, sources tell 11 Investigates.
Saveikis served in North Fayette and Findlay Township and has been on paid leave for more than a year.
Sources say Savikis sent his resignation letter to the governor on Friday night.
Savikis’ resignation comes after the Pennsylvania Board of Judicial Conduct filed a complaint against him, alleging that he violated rules governing standards of conduct for judicial district judges. The complaint details several incidents with underage teens. No charges have been brought against him at this time.
No official reason was given for the resignation.
Channel 11 has reached out to the governor’s office and Savikis’ attorney for comment and is awaiting a response.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates when more information is available.
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