Former Newton Roller Hockey President Accused of Stealing Applies for PTI

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The former Newton Roller Hockey youth league president accused of stealing $25,000 from the group is applying for the pre-trail intervention program. According to the New Jersey Herald, James Krahling was charged with third-degree theft of moveable property back in March after another signatory on the league bank account noticed unusual purchases.

The 46-year-old allegedly used the group's debit card for personal purchases like home utility bills and car repairs. The charge against Krahling would be dismissed upon completion of the program, which generally takes one to three years.

His next court date is set for June 4.

Read the NJHerald.com story here.

President of Newton Roller Hockey League Arrested for Theft
President of Newton Roller Hockey League Arrested for Theft
He allegedly used $25,000 from the group's funds for personal purchases.
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