Crisis Ministries Statement Regarding Embezzlement:
In June 2013, Crisis Ministries learned that a long-time trusted employee, Carol Libby, had been stealing money from the organization. Crisis Ministries has been working with law enforcement and other key parties since June 2013 to discover the extent of the theft. The United States Attorney has taken jurisdiction over this matter and has filed charges against Libby in federal court.
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