First Court Appearance For Accused In Lethbridge Mixed Slow-Pitch Association Fraud Case
LETHBRIDGE: A 34-year old Lethbridge man, accused of taking
more than $56,000 from the Lethbridge Mixed Slowpitch Association, returns to
court in February.
A lawyer representing Tyle Adam Cseke noted that because of the holiday
season, slightly more time than usual was needed for the adjournment.
Regional Police started investigating back in October, after getting a report
of financial discrepancies following an internal audit of the Associations
accounts. They found that the money went missing between June 2012 and September
Cseke, who was serving as the vice president of the board at the time of the
alleged fraud, has been charged with theft over $5,000 and uttering a forged
Posted on Monday, December 23, 2013 at 4/18/2014 4:12:02 PM
Source: Patrick Burles (@PatrickBurles on Twitter)-- Country 95 News