A former director accused of theft in a school

News 23 March, 2018
  • Andrew Meade/ Ottawa Sun/ QMI Agency

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    Friday, 23 march, 2018 06:08

    Friday, 23 march, 2018 06:08

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    OTTAWA – A former director of an English school, Ottawa, has been accused of theft of over $ 5000.

    Kathleen St. Germain, 45-years-old, has been accused of theft, Wednesday, and then released with a promise to appear before the court, on the 12th of April next.

    In a press release, the Ottawa police Service (OPS) has stated that, in October 2014, the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board has discovered in a survey of the internet that some revenue, usually generated by its schools, had not been received from the hand of one of them for the 2013-2014 year.

    The employee suspected of the theft of more than $ 5000 had then not returned to his post, and a complaint had been filed so that an investigation can be opened.