At some point this guy’s wife helped cops, showing them the “real” books vs the “fake” books that he kept while operating the concession stand for the McCutchanville Baseball and Softball League. Probably the biggest mistake the league make (among others) was letting Anthony “Andy” Ice put all the proceeds from each sale into his personal account, and then he would turn around and write a check back to the league. And no one thought there was anything fishy about that? You people got what you deserved.
News of an arrest in a months-old embezzlement investigation is spreading through a Vanderburgh County youth sports league. Last month FOX 7 broke the story of the investigation into issues inside the McCutchanville Baseball and Softball League. The sheriff’s office arrested Anthony “Andy” Ice Wednesday afternoon.
He handled the concession stand money and allegedly took between $5,000 and $8,000.
He’s charged with one count of theft and is out of jail on $500 bond. The sheriff’s office investigation into allegations of embezzlement started back in mid-July.
Board members FOX 7 spoke with say they have no comment at the moment.
Coaches out at the field say everyone is just trying to move on. A sheriff’s affidavit shows Ice’s wife helped get investigators access to his “real” concession stand documents and his “fake” ones. Investigators said a big part of the problem was Ice would put the money into a personal account and then write a check to the league for what he said was the right amount.