VALLEY CENTER, Kan. (AP) — Valley Center police have arrested the director of a youth cheerleading program after parents accused her of stealing more than $26,000.
Police arrested the woman Wednesday night. She faces a charge of theft of $25,000 to $100,000. Parents of children in the Sedgwick County squad say the program has been left in debt to other organizations and might not have funds to buy wind suits, trophies and backpacks for the girls.
It wasn’t immediately clear if the woman has been charged or if she has an attorney.
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