Trial Dates Set For Carrie Good In Casper 12-24 Theft Case
The former manager and treasurer of a Casper nonprofit organization accused of embezzling money and converting it to her own use will have her days in court.
Carrie Good will stand trial beginning April 10. Her trial is set for three days.
Investigators with the Casper Police Department say from December 2013 through July 2016, Good used more than $52,000 of the 12-24 club's funds for personal use and manipulated bank deposit slips and accounting data in an attempt to conceal various transactions.
After reviewing financial records, police allegedly found instances where transaction date entries were different from the actual transaction dates.
They also allegedly found instances where where the person or business that was paid was not the true transaction recipient, as well as other reported manipulation of data.
There were also deposit slip variations reported where the bank-posted slips were a lesser dollar amount than the carbon copy found at the office.
Good is free on $2,500 bond awaiting trial, and could face up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
She already has one previous conviction for embezzling from another organization.