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Seymour Woman Arrested After Stealing From Non-Profit Organization
Updated February 23, 2016 4:37 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(MADISON) - Indiana State Police arrested a Seymour woman after they say she stole more than $3,00 from Madison Gymnastics and Cheer Corporation, a non-profit organization.

Police arrested 34-year-old Amanda Warner on a Level 6 felony charge of theft.

The investigation, conducted by Indiana State Police Detective Tim Denby, began in November of last year when the corporation reported unauthorized transactions and missing money from the corporation's accounts during 2015.

During the course of the investigation, police determined that Warner, who was treasurer at the time, allegedly transferred $2,200 from the corporation's accounts into her possession without authorization. Additionally, she allegedly spent nearly an additional $1,000 of the corporation's money to enter her children in gymnastic competitions.

After the conclusion of the investigation, a warrant was issued out of the Jefferson County Circuit Court for Warner's arrest.

Trooper Nate Adams arrested Warner Monday morning when she voluntarily turned herself in at the Jefferson County Jail.

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