DANVILLE, Ind. — A former softball league treasurer is accused of taking more than $4,500 from the league’s bank account and using it on personal expenses.
Timothy Ireland, 43, of Indianapolis, is charged with felony theft.
An internal audit by board members of the Danville Girls Softball League in February determined that $4,526.38 was missing from the league’s account, according to Danville Police.
Investigators were able to trace the transactions back to Ireland.
Ireland admitted to taking the money and using it to pay for things including his energy bill, a fee he owed on his property, and items for his home.
A hearing is set for Monday, March 15.
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