DELPHI, Ind. - The former treasurer of an Indiana town's youth baseball league is facing charges for allegedly embezzling funds.
Janell L. Workinger, 34, of Delphi, Ind., was arrested Aug. 20 on charges that she had allegedly paid personal bills from the bank account of the Delphi Youth Baseball League, of which she was formerly the treasurer.
According to state police, the league's current treasurer, Carrie Snyder, advised that she had noticed charges not associated with the league as she was checking the account books.
Upon further checking, Snyder said she found that Workinger had allegedly paid personal bills from the baseball league's account in the amount of $7,799.76.
Police said the case continues to be investigated.
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