Ex-KofC treasurer accused of skimming $100,000

Suspect served as treasurer/secretary for Norwalk Knights of Columbus Home Association for 21 years.
Cary Ashby
Jun 13, 2013

 

The former long-time treasurer/secretary for the Norwalk Knights of Columbus Home Association is accused of skimming more than $100,000 from the group over a five-year period.

Knights representatives spoke to the Norwalk Police Department about the allegations Tuesday, current treasurer/secretary John Evans said. The suspect was the treasurer/secretary for 21 years.

Evans, who took over as treasurer/secretary about April, explained the situation to the Reflector for a story in Thursday's issue. So you don't miss stories such as these, sign up for home delivery by calling 419-668-3771 or subscribe to the e-paper (a complete digital replica of each issue) for less than $1 per week and read the full-version of the stories online.

 

 

 

Comments

dearme

You would have to be pretty Wise to get away with this . . .

VerbalKint

lol love your play on words, or word rather

Charmed Life

All I know is this guy also had his hand in the American Legions money. They should be auditing their books also.

VerbalKint

I believe the Eagles is also checking things out as its all relative :)

NotAboutMe

The Sons of the Legion are working on that.

Charmed Life

Often wondered how the man always has plenty of money to gamble with buying out buckets of tickets all of the time.

dearme

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NotAboutMe

Sweater vests are very costly.

NotAboutMe

They trusted the auditor. Should have audited him, even on an annual basis.

Spider-Spider

Any word on his whereabouts? Heading to Mexico with the loot? Any word what the regulars are saying at the K?