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Last updated on Wednesday, August 15, 2012
(ALBION) - A second person associated with the Ligonier Marshmallow Festival is facing criminal charges after money was discovered missing.
Noble County Prosecutor Steven Clouse says 30-year-old Bret Goodyear of Ligonier is accused of removing money from a Marshmallow Festival bank account and of possessing money taken from a Ligonier business. He had been vice chairman of the festival's organizing committee.
Goodyear appeared in court Monday on charges of theft and fraud on a financial institution. An innocent plea was entered on his behalf.
Goodyear asked that a public defender be appointed to represent him. He was released on $7,500 bond. There was no telephone listing for him.
Clouse would not comment on whether Goodyear's case is related to the previous arrest of the festival's chairwoman.
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