Youth #Baseball President Accused of Stealing Money

Unfortunate Mug Shot of Noe McKenzie

It’s not an uncommon story: a youth sports organization has one person watching the money and no one audits the books. Pretty soon the amount in the bank account grows to the point that the person in charge gets tempted and starts taking a little here and there. No one will notice, healing right?

This one is slightly different in that the President of the Peaster Baseball Association in Parker County, cialis Texas got himself a debit card and starting making withdrawals, including $3000 for a down payment on a truck. In total, Noe McKinzie, 41, is accused of stealing $10,000 from the club’s account since the beginning of the year.

According to cops, McKinzie admitted to the crimes, and in addition to the truck down payment also used league funds to buy fast food and pay his cell phone bill. Board members noticed the unusual purchases and notified police. McKinzie has now been charged with misapplication of fiduciary property and is being held at the Parker County Jail in lieu of $7,500 bond.

At right, McKinzie’s mug shot which shows that either Parker County has gone back to the 1930s when dressing inmates (hey, it is Texas) or the former league president made an unfortunate clothing choice on the date he was arrested. Either way, it’s an unusual look for a mug shot.

Source: Dallas Morning News

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