Monday, June 11, 2012

Trial Set For New Hampshire Man Accused Of Embezzling $104K From Fish & Game Club

Alan Colby, 51, of Brentwood, New Hampshire, who has been indicted on charges he embezzled more than $104,000  from the Plaistow Fish and Game Club where he had served as treasurer, is scheduled to go on trial on October 22, 2012.  According to authorities, over a period of 2 years, from July 21, 2008 until July 9, 2010, Colby made at least 60 electronic transfers from the club's accounts into a bank account for his construction company, Senter Brothers Inc.  Colby faces up to 15 years in prison on each state charge if convicted.

Read the story here and here.

Update (1/8/13): Colby was found guilty of embezzling a net $104,000 from the non-profit Plaistow Fish and Game Club.  Colby actually stole about $200,000, but returned more than $91,000 during the period of his thefts.  He faces from 7 1/2 to 15 years in prison.

Update (3/8/13): Colby was sentenced to one year in jail.

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