Police say former PTA president stole tens of thousands from SC elementary school group
A woman who stole tens of thousands in money from a parent-teacher association at a Midlands primary school and used the money on herself was arrested on Tuesday, police said. Sumter Police Department He said.
Debbie Lynn Flynn, former president of Millwood Primary School The PTA was charged with breach of trust over $10,000, police said in a news release. There was no information on whether Flynn had resigned or if she had been removed from her position at the elementary school PTA.
In early May, a discrepancy in the PTA’s bank account was discovered and reported to police, according to the release. The investigation concluded that Flynn took up to $50,000 from a PTA account for personal use.
There was no information available about what Flynn did with the money, and whether she spent it all.
There was no information about when the crime began or how long it continued.
Flynn was booked into the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center, according to the release. There was no information available about Bond or whether she is still behind bars.
If Flynn is convicted of the felony charge, he faces prison time The maximum penalty is 10 years in prisonAccording to South Carolina law.