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A former Iowa community college dean was arrested for embezzling $15,000 from the educational school, in accordance with an audit, and spent the amount of money on a marriage, travel and personal expenses.
Beth Kulow, 35, on Monday for falsifying public record information and three counts of second-degree theft was arrested, in accordance with The Associated Press on Thursday. In December she premiered from jail with a court appearance pending for later.
Southwestern Community College hired auditors to check into Kulow’s spending history after she said she attended an exercise in Ohio that never happened, Thursday the AP reported. An audit found she stole $15,000 from the school between 2015 and 2018, and sent altered emails so she wouldn’t be caught.
Some of the money was allocated to her wedding in 2017.
Kulow resigned from the city college, Channel 13 reported Wednesday.
SWCC President Barb Crittenden said Kulow admitted to taking two trips and making personal purchases, in line with the AP. (RELATED: Private And Religious Schools THAT Not Provide ‘Substantially Equivalent’ Education To New York’s Public Schools Could Lose State Funding)
Kulow was hired because the SWCC Dean of Student Services in 2013.
Southwestern Community College didn’t react to The Daily Caller News Foundation&rsquo immediately;s obtain comment.
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