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Former non-profit leader faces theft charges

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POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) _ The former leader of an Idaho non-profit that helps people with disabilities is has been served a felony summons after law enforcement said she embezzled more than $100,000.
The Idaho State Journal reports that 35 possible charges against former chief executive officer at New Day Products and Resources, Nancy John, resulted from a 1 { -year-long Pocatello police investigation.
John turned herself in to authorities on Tuesday afternoon and was allowed to remain free.
Bannock County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney JaNiece Price said she declined to pursue John's arrest based on her record and
because she's not deemed a flight risk.
Price said each felony count carries a penalty of up to $100,000
and up to 14 years in prison.
Employees say they lost benefits due to John's theft.


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