(KNSI) – A former bookkeeper for St. Cloud Tech Excessive Faculty has pleaded not responsible to a cost of theft by swindle for allegedly stealing round $119,000.
Allison Paige Tadych was in Stearns County District Court docket on Tuesday.
She was charged in November 2019 after an audit of the varsity’s funds confirmed she allegedly stole from the varsity’s actions accounts.
In keeping with the felony criticism, the St. Cloud Police Division opened an investigation about cash lacking from the Tech Excessive Faculty actions accounts on September thirtieth.
Investigators say Tadych was liable for all the cash associated to actions. The stability ought to have been round $150,000. The precise stability was $71,298. Auditors found a number of lacking deposits for scholar actions for each 2018 and 2019. They confirmed $75,363.30 lacking for 2018 and $43,487.26 lacking for 2019 for a complete of $118,850.56.
Tadych resigned from her place on the faculty in June 2019.
Upon her departure, the varsity took a take a look at this system to reconcile the account for the fiscal yr and located vital discrepancies between the stability in this system and the checking account information.
Investigators say Tadych solely recorded cash deposited into the varsity’s financial institution. Auditors couldn’t discover what occurred to all the cash collected on the faculty.
In keeping with the criticism, an unbiased auditor was introduced in to take a look at it, they usually confirmed the varsity’s findings.
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