Woman admits stealing $173,000 from Cleveland State University

April 12, 2011
As treasurer’s office employee, woman oversaw athletic program accounts

From The Cleveland Plain Dealer: A Westlake, Ohio, woman has admitted stealing $173,000 from Cleveland State University by creating and processing requests for cash from traveling athletic teams. Gayle Schmitz, 46, pleaded guilty to one count of theft in office. She worked treasurer’s office at the university. Judge Stuart Friedman has ordered the woman to make restitution

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