School District Treasurer Charged With Clipping $14K From Till; Recently Convicted Of Pocketing $50K By Forging Loan Docs Secured By In-Laws' Home
In Northampton, Pennsylvania, the Bucks County Courier Times reports:
- The treasurer of a Centennial School District Home and School Association has been charged with stealing $14,860 from the group. Christina Lynn Troy, 32, of Colonial Drive in Warminster, allegedly stole the money from Fred J. Stackpole Elementary Home and School Association.
- Members of the association would not talk Thursday about whether they knew the mother of three was charged with forging $50,000 worth of mortgage documents when she was elected group treasurer in September. They also wouldn't comment on whether they knew she was convicted of the forgery in mid-March.
- According to police, in 2008 Troy forged her in-laws' names on mortgage documents, essentially stealing $50,000. She pleaded guilty to the forgery charges in March and was sentenced to two years of probation. By then, Troy had stolen $14,850 in cash and checks from the home and school account, according to court records.
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