WOOLWICH TWP. — The supervisor of transportation for Kingsway Regional High School has been arrested and charged with stealing money from a state association of school transportation supervisors.

Richard A. Costanzo, 42, of Clayton, was arrested Monday, Oct. 27, at his office at the high school following an investigation by the Major Crimes Unit of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, authorities said.

Between August 2012 and September 2014, Costanzo allegedly transferred $226,223 from the School Transportation Supervisors of New Jersey, an organization he served as secretary, to his personal bank accounts, said authorities.

He was a member of the association since 1995 and had spent 20 years as a bus driver for Kingsway, authorities said.

He was freed from Salem County Jail after posting $35,000 bail.