Police say a Niagara Falls woman faces a grand larceny charge after stealing more than $12,000 from a Canandaigua not-for-profit.
According to a news release, Jennifer Crassly, 49, of Niagara Falls was arrested on Monday for third-degree grand larceny.
She’s accused of overseeing a not-for-profit organization- stealing more than $12,000 in the process. The money was stolen from the organization’s bank account.
According to News10NBC, the organization she oversaw was the Gold Star Wives of America.
She’s set to appear in court at a later date.
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