Woman Facing Charges After Allegedly Stealing Nearly $100,000 from Nonprofit

POTTSVILLE, Pa. -- A woman in Schuylkill County is facing theft charges after allegedly taking nearly $100,000 from a nonprofit organization.

Court paperwork shows Caroline Coyle, 54, is facing theft by unlawful taking and other related charges.

According to officials, Coyle allegedly stole $97,000 from the nonprofit since 2014.

Coyle is out on $100,000 unsecured bail in Schuylkill County.

3 comments

  • George Lamprinos

    Ahhhh here we go again with the non-profit that has no accounting rules in place. No periodic audits. No separation of duties. Only one signature required to disburse funds. This unnamed non-profit allowed it to go on for five years. That’s five years of no auditing. Oh but we trust Caroline. She’s great with our books. She always takes care of us. Yeah right OK. I swear Channel 16 can start a weekly series “non-profit / hose company / Church embezzled this week”.

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