Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Possible embezzlement at Grand Haven PTA in Michigan

 The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety is investigating the possible embezzlement of funds from a school Parent Teacher Association.

Authorities say members of the Ferry Elementary school PTA reported potential irregularities with its bank account.

The amount of money missing is not known but police say there is a suspect in the case.

No arrests have been made.

The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety is investigating a possible embezzlement of money from the Ferry Elementary School Parent Teachers Association.

Police have a suspect in the case, but no arrests had been made as of Tuesday. Police will not release the suspect’s name unless that person is arrested and charged with a crime.

According to Public Safety Director Jeff Hawke, representatives of the school’s PTA reported apparent irregularities with the group’s bank account. It appears that money is missing or unaccounted for, Hawke said.

Detectives are working to gather information on financial transactions to detemine how much is missing.

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