Authorities: $60,000 missing from nonprofit club

Authorities said about $60,000 is missing from a nonprofit club in the northwestern Lower Peninsula. The Traverse City Record-Eagle reported today that members of the Interlochen Eagles recently handed over financial records to Benzie County investigators. Sheriff Rory Heckman said he plans to ask prosecutors to charge a former club employee with embezzlement. Heckman said the case will be presented to prosecutors in the near future.
AP Wire
Sep 29, 2011

According to officials with the 400-member club, a former official was ordered to leave in recent months because of suspicions he was involved in thefts.

The club is located about 10 miles southwest of Traverse City. It annually organizes and hosts a number of local events and fundraisers.

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Nathalie.D

It is sad when people have to take from these things. I hope that the monies will somehow be replaced. This is just not right. Thank you for sharing this story with us and good luck.

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