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Music Booster embezzles over $100,000

Music Booster embezzles over $100,000
Robyn Amy Heintz

Robyn Amy Heintz

The Kent County Sheriff Department was contacted by board members of the Kenowa Hills Instrumental Music Boosters (KHIMB) who wished to report a fraud complaint on May 2, 2014. KHIMB Board Members reported several suspicious charges and withdrawals on the KHIMB bank account dating back several months.

Investigators from the Kent County Sheriff Department worked along side KHIMB Board Members to review financial documents and bank statements and uncovered hundreds of unauthorized charges and cash withdrawals spanning several years. The total amount of money missing from the account is in excess of $100,000.00.

Investigators identified a suspect, Robyn Amy Heintz, as a board member and treasurer of the KHIMB with access to the bank account in question. She was interviewed and confessed to her involvement in the theft and was charged by the Kent County Prosecutor’s Office with one count of Embezzlement over $100,000.00.

On July 10, 2014 arrangements were made for the suspect to be booked at the Kent County Jail with a $10,000 cash/surety bond.

If you have any information please contact the Kent County Sheriff’s Department at 616-632-6100

 

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