Post a Comment Print Share on Facebook
Featured Kansas City BTS TikTok Movie goggles Doom

reads.

Nuns stole four million from the school spent the money on gambling in Las Vegas

In the beginning of December, two employees at the St. James Catholic School accused of having stolen 500 000 dollars, or well over four million, from the school they worked at.

Sister Mary Margaret Kreuper and sister Lana Chang should have used the money privately over several years, among other things, to gamblingturer to Las Vegas, where they played away a lot of money.

According to the Beach Reporter, courtesy of The Washington Post, Marge Graf, a lawyer representing the school have informed parents at the school about the relationship last Monday .

We know that they used to go on trips, and we know that they used to take on the casinos. The truth is that they used the money for personal consumption, she said.

It was the local newspaper in Long Beach, Press Telegram, which first reported on the matter.

Revealed by an old check

The first clues came when sister Kreuper announced that she would be retiring after 28 years as principal at St. James Catholic School earlier in the year.

A family at the school asked for a copy of a check they had written to the school. When the employee found the check, it appeared that the money had been deposited into a completely different account than the one that belonged to the school.

Chang has in common with the Kreuper gone with a pension, but worked at the school as a teacher for around 20 years.

Verdict should have come as a shock to his parents and members of the church, who had the impression that the school is struggling to keep his head above water financially.

her Parents ' relationship to school shall also be characterized by an event from 2014, where a drug woman to have run into a group on the way out after a christmas concert at the school. Four people died - three mothers and a six-year-old boy, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Admits theft

Now admits Kreuper and Chang the theft, according to a statement on the church's website.

In the church's statement says that the two have confirmed the massacre, and that they would make up for to repay the school money. The two are not, however, reviewed by the archdiocese, at the request of medsøstrene.

It has created a rage among many of the parents, according to the Press Telegram. Some of them will be working with to bring a lawsuit on your own, but without support from the archdiocese, it is doubtful that it will have legal consequences.

So stole the Rolex's - the owners did not notice anything Dagbladet Plus
Avatar
Your Name
Post a Comment
Characters Left:
Your comment has been forwarded to the administrator for approval.×
Warning! Will constitute a criminal offense, illegal, threatening, offensive, insulting and swearing, derogatory, defamatory, vulgar, pornographic, indecent, personality rights, damaging or similar nature in the nature of all kinds of financial content, legal, criminal and administrative responsibility for the content of the sender member / members are belong.