MIAMI COUNTY — Cari Milliman, 40, of Tipp City, was arraigned on an indictment for a fourth-degree felony theft charge.
The charge is related to the alleged theft of funds from the Bethel Wee Stingers youth athletic organization. The investigation began last February. Milliman served as the organization’s treasurer prior to the investigation.
Milliman entered a not guilty plea. A pre-trial date was set for 2:30 p.m. Sept. 21 with Judge Christopher Gee presiding. Milliman was released on an own recognizance bond.
A fourth-degree felony theft charge is when the value of property or services stolen is more than $7,500, but less than $150,000.
In other court news, Scott Finfrock was arraigned on an indictment on three counts of fourth degree felony receiving stolen property, two counts of fifth-degree felony breaking and entering, two counts of possession of criminal tools with a specification of a motor vehicle.
Finfrock entered a not guilty plea. Finfrock, who is currently incarcerated at the Greene County Jail, had a $25,000 cash, surety or 10 percent bond set. A pre-trial date was set for 2:30 p.m. Sept. 17 with Judge Jeannine Pratt presiding.
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