Indiana woman accused of stealing money from nonprofit organization

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Amanda Warner

MADISON, Ind. (Feb. 23, 2016) – A southern Indiana woman is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a nonprofit gymnastics and cheerleading organization.

On Monday, Indiana State Police arrested Amanda Warner, 34, Seymour, after an investigation into missing money at Madison Gymnastics and Cheer Corporation. A state police detective started the investigation in November when the organization reported unauthorized transactions.

Warner, who was treasurer at the time, is accused of transferring $2,200 from the organization’s accounts into her possession without authorization. She’s also accused of using $1,000 of the nonprofit’s money to enter her children into gymnastics competitions.

Warner faces one count of theft. She turned herself in at the Jefferson County Jail Monday morning.

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