Harrison pizza prankster set to appear in court

The alleged pizza prankster accused of sending the Harrison town supervisor unwanted pizza pies will be in court today.

Police say Maria Polera sent the pizzas to the home of Harrison Mayor Joan Walsh, numerous times for nearly a year.

Authorities also say Polera, a former Harrison Democratic district leader, used a blocked number to place the orders.

Polera once ran for tax receiver on the same ticket as the mayor.

According to News 12 sources, Polera was upset because Walsh told her she had offensive body odor and a poor appearance. Walsh denies those claims.

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