Woman Charged With Stealing $28K From Youth Sports Organization | Athletic Business

Woman Charged With Stealing $28K From Youth Sports Organization

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A Nebraska woman has been charged with allegedly stealing more than $28,000 from two Cass County youth sports teams. 

According to court documents obtained by KETV, a member of the Plattsmouth Baseball/Softball Association first reported the alleged theft to police. 

Jill Dasher, the woman who has been charged with the theft, had access to the organization's bank account, as well as that of the Blue Lightning softball team. 

Investigators said transactions from both account show "improperly deposited checks in the wrong account and unauthorized and suspicious withdrawals." 

Dasher admitted to some of the transactions were for personal use but said several were for the teams. The court documents also show that Dasher admitted to charging the league teams for field insurance and underinsuring them, then keeping the extra funds.

Dasher faces two counts of felony theft. 

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