Man Steals $142,000 from Metropolitan Washington YMCA

October 2009
Club Industry;Oct2009, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p10
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The article reports on the guilty plea of Eric S. Curry, former accounting clerk of Young Men's Christian Associations (YMCA) of Metropolitan Washington, on the charge of stealing 142,000 dollars from the organization in Washington, D.C. It notes that Curry stole 33 blank checks from the YMCA and faked the name of a YMCA official's signature. It mentions that Curry faces three years in prison for bank fraud.


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