Monday, August 18, 2014

Montana: Ex-prison museum director guilty of embezzlement

If Chicago had a prison museum it would be expected that the person in charge would be caught with a hand in the wrong jar.

However, this story is from Montana:

From AP:
The former director of operations at the Old Prison Museums in Deer Lodge has pleaded guilty to embezzlement and forgery.

Julia Kaye Brewer, 55, was charged in Deer Lodge County but entered her pleas Thursday in District Court in Butte.

Prosecutors allege she deposited more than $25,000 in revenue from the museum into her personal bank account while court documents indicate a shortage of about $70,000 from the 2013 operating season.
Brewer may soon be granted the opportunity to expand her knowledge of the correctional system.

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