Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Virginia Man Faces Grand Jury In Alleged 666K Embezzlement Case
Michael D. Comer, 45, of Milton Village, Virginia, will face a grand jury on five embezzlement counts after disappearing last July 1 - on the day of an audit of the Glenmore Community Association which revealed a loss of some $666,000 he allegedly misappropriated. Comer, who had served as the Association's treasurer since 1994, was arrested on July 27th. Comer was also the president of the Glenmore Country Club. Both organizations are owned by his in-laws, according to reports. Each of the five counts carries a sentence of 20 years, if convicted.