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Prosecutor: Girard woman may have embezzled $250 K from Youngstown business YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - http://www.wfmj.com/story/31972697/prosecutor-girard-woman-may-have-embezzled-250-k-from-youngstown-business Investigators say a Girard woman may have embezzled as much as a quarter of a million dollars when she was working as a bookkeeper for a long time Youngstown business. The Mahoning County Grand Jury has indicted 36-year-old Andrea Sweitzer on three counts of misusing credit cards, three counts of grand theft, and three counts of forgery. The indictment lists the victims of the alleged theft as Margaret and Joseph Jenkins, who operate the Jenkins Sign Company on Mahoning Avenue in Youngstown. Sweitzer worked as a secretary and bookkeeper for Jenkins Signs for five years. Assistant Mahoning County Prosecutor Ken Cardinal tells 21 News that investigators believe she used company credit cards and forged checks to steal between $200,000 and $250,000 from Jenkins. Joseph Jenkins contacted police in April of last year after he discovered bank accounts that were supposed to have balances as high as $35,000, actually had negative balances. A summons has been issued for Sweitzer to appear before a judge for arraignment. According to the company website, Jenkins Signs has been in business locally since 1930.
Warrant filed for JHS sign contractor Wednesday, June 17. 2015 Eight months after paying a nearly $10,000 down payment to a central Georgia sign company to construct an electronic marquis sign for Jefferson High School’s new gym “The Arena,” the contractor that was awarded the bid appears to have cashed the check and stopped correspondence with the school system altogether. Now the school system has filed a warrant pertaining to the incident. “The city’s attorney has made every opportunity to litigate this,” Jefferson City Schools superintendent John Jackson told the newspaper. “We get absolutely no response whatsoever. This was not the first effort by a long shot that we made to get this resolved and our efforts just seem to go no where. When you hear nothing, at some point you just have to face reality.” A report filed with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office states that on June 8, an investigator received an email from the Jefferson School System and was asked to contact JHS principal Kevin Smith in reference to a theft. Smith told the investigator that the school had accepted bids for the sign and agreed upon a proposal that had been submitted by Steve Hall, the owner of Colorwheel Sign Services, located in Sandersville. The Jefferson City School Board then signed a contract with Hall in October, hiring him to construct a new $19,000 sign for the school. The report says according to the contract, a 50 percent down payment had to be made before construction would begin. The check for $9,915 was written on Sept. 24 and cleared the BOE’s bank account on Nov. 14. However, Smith reported that Hall has not replied to the multiple attempts by the BOE’s attorney regarding the job by phone, emails and letters. In the report, Smith said the BOE ultimately had to hire another company to construct the sign and the BOE is now out $9,915 for a job that was never done.