Former Shelby school chief sentenced to jail

The former superintendent of Shelby Public Schools has been sentenced to jail for stealing money from the school district.
Oct 2, 2012


Scott Lund, 55, pleaded guilty to embezzlement by a public official in July. He was sentenced Monday to four months in the Oceana County Jail for the felony.

A restitution hearing in November will determine how much money Lund will have to repay to the Shelby district.

The former superintendent spent $22,000 of district funds. Lund used the money to buy himself a television, exercise equipment and materials to build a deck on his home.


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