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Former Senior Center Director Accused of Embezzlement

Created: 02/11/2014 4:39 PM WDIO.com

The former director of the Superior/Douglas County Senior Citizen's Center is accused of embezzling more than $10,000 from the organization.

Thirty-year-old Matthew Isaiah Brown of Superior was arrested this week and booked on a charge of felony theft.  He was released from jail and scheduled to appear in court on March 12.

Superior Police say a board member contacted police Monday and said Brown had admitted to taking unauthorized monies over a period of time.  The exact amount of the alleged theft is still being investigated, but is believed to be in excess of $10,000.

Police say Brown is cooperating with the investigation.

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