Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Update On Ohio Embezzlement Case: Perp's House Sold At Auction
The home of Craig K. Rohr, 37, formerly of Canton, Ohio, who was convicted and sentenced to 9 years in prison for embezzling $1.8 million from Hartville Homes, a non-profit home builder, was auctioned off for $270,000 to help pay his restitution. Huntington Bank, which held the mortgage on the home and was preparing to foreclose, was the bid winner. Rohr had served as the chief financial officer of Hartville Homes. He also reportedly stole $100,000 from the St. Barbara Catholic Church where he had served as finance director. The thefts took place over a 7 year period.
Read FraudTalk's original post on this story here.
Here is a guy who stole big-time from the non-profit builder of group homes for disadvantaged people, as well as from his Church. Now his own home has been auctioned off. What goes around comes around...