Mount Vernon, Ind., man draws five-year sentence for defrauding business, church
There are 2 comments on the Evansville Courier & Press story from Sep 26, 2012, titled Mount Vernon, Ind., man draws five-year sentence for defrauding business, church. In it, Evansville Courier & Press reports that:
Brown admitted that while serving as office manager and bookkeeper for an Evansville family business, he used credit cards from the business to pay his own personal expenses without authorization.
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#1 Sep 26, 2012
As a now former member of Oak Hill Christian Church:
Dear Richard my brother. You have lied, cheated and stolen from others yet you are still my brother.
Dear brothers, others have lied and to cover up the steeling and have gained from the thefts and you are all still my brothers.
Dear brothers and sisters. I can no longer be a part of this congregation as I have not see any turn from the lies nor any remorse for what you have partaken in; but you are all sill my brothers.
Dear family; I will find a new family and you will all still be my brothers but forget not what has been done and what IS being done which is not right in Gods eyes nor anyones eyes.
This church is no longer a church of God but yet you are all still my brothers.
Yet I may never trust you again, you will always be my brothers!
#2 Sep 26, 2012
I heard he was also teaching at Mt Vernon High School and maybe some where else as a convicted felon. How does that happen?
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