Sunday, June 12, 2011

Update: Indiana Woman Pleads Not Guilty To $364K Church Embezzlement Charges

Beth Ann Boger, 44, of Garrett, Indiana, has pleaded not guilty to charges she embezzled more than $364,000 from the St. Joseph Catholic Church where she had served as bookkeeper.  According to authorities, over a nearly five year period, from  June 2004 to April 2009, Boger wrote checks from church coffers out to a business she owned called Accents By Beth and used the money for her own benefit.  Boger was indicted last month on six counts of felony wire fraud and four counts of felony tax evasion.

Read the story here.

See FraudTalk's earlier post on this story here.

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