Thursday, April 18, 2013

Former Muskegon Community College cashier charged with embezzling nearly $4,000 in Michigan

A former cashier for Muskegon Community College was arraigned Wednesday on a felony embezzlement charge for allegedly stealing nearly $4,000 from the college.
Amy Beth Boucher, 31, of Muskegon, is charged with embezzlement by agent or trustee of between $1,000 and $20,000, which is punishable by up to five years in prison. Muskegon County District Judge Michael J. Nolan set a bond of $10,000, which was posted, and scheduled a preliminary examination for April 30.
According to Senior Assistant Muskegon County Prosecutor Matt Roberts, Boucher’s employers became suspicious when a bank deposit that should have been made, wasn’t. Roberts said Boucher allegedly had been taking money from payments made to her at the college. 
College officials conducted an internal investigation, determined that police should be notified and called police in late February, according to police officials.
Allegedly $3,844 was embezzled, Roberts said.

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