Youth Football President Pleads 'Not Guilty' to Theft

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The former president of a youth football league is in hot water after being accused of stealing from the organization’s coffers.

Nicole Vilwock, 40, allegedly stole $1,000 from Claymont Youth Football during her time as president.

According to the Ohio Times Reporter, Vilwock was arraigned yesterday where she pled not guilty on all charges.

Judge Elezabeth Thomakos allowed Vilwock to remain free.

Claymont Youth Football is a nonprofit organization that teaches tackle football to players entering third through sixth grades.

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