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Posted: Thursday, December 30, 2010 2:00 am

A 27-year-old Flathead County man has been charged with felony theft and official misconduct after allegedly embezzling more than $28,000 from Three Rivers Emergency Medical Service.

Cody James Westgard resigned as secretary/treasurer of the emergency response unit June 23 after board members questioned him about missing money, according to court documents.

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          2 comments:

          • hills35 posted at 1:15 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

            hills35 Posts: 1

            Curtis Walker and Sherilyn Richardson are comamagers of a group home in NYC called Bernard Fineson Residence. Every week, Ms. Richardson, who is responsible for the consumer's bank deposits, regularly siphons off some funds for herself and Mr. Walker, who by the way, happens to have a very serious substance abuse problem. Apple Bank is also to blame for tacidly permiting this or at least not looking into it. Together, they've taken over $30, 000 in SSI funds of consumers. This game is played regularly within these group homes and residences. Too bad the politicians are too busy with their own misdeeds to do anything about it.

             
          • getsome posted at 7:24 pm on Thu, Dec 30, 2010.

            getsome Posts: 3

            Well stealing will only get you into trouble. My dad always told me as a child, never trust a liar, or a thief. I hope he has to pay back the money with interest.

             

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