CLEVELAND, Ohio — A supervisor on the Berea Animal Rescue Associates shelter was indicted on felony theft expenses that accuse him of stealing hundreds of dollars in adoption charges from the group.
Joseph Borosky, 35, was charged Tuesday with grand theft and safecracking. He’s set for a Dec. 19 arraignment in Cuyahoga County Widespread Pleas Courtroom.
Borosky, who was supervisor of shelter operations, was suspended with out pay after the grand jury handed up the indictment, in line with a letter from the group’s board of administrators.
The shelter’s treasurer found throughout an inner audit that about $22,000 was lacking from the non-revenue’s accounts, in accordance with a grievance filed final month on the Berea Police Division. The shelter’s board of administrators employed an unbiased forensic investigator, who confirmed the cash was lacking, based on the police report.
The cash was taken someday between Jan. 1, 2016 and Oct. 1, 2016, courtroom data say.
A letter from the board of administrators despatched to volunteers late Tuesday night time stated the theft “resulted in shadows being forged upon what has for 30 years been an exquisite volunteer-pushed group with a status for the very best ranges of animal care.”
The group put a number of new procedures in place to dramatically heighten safety” and extra intently monitor who has entry to cash coming into the group every day.
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