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Friday, June 13, 2014

Wellsville man charged with embezzling up to $40K from Elks Club

Wellsville man charged with embezzling up to $40K from Elks Club

WELLSVILLE - A Wellsville man has been jailed for allegedly embezzling up to $40,000 from the Wellsville Elks Lodge.

Amity-based State Police charged Charles W. Costello, 49, of Wellsville, with third-degree grand larceny, a Class D felony.

Investigators said Costello, while acting as the treasurer for the Wellsville Elks Lodge, embezzled between $30,000 and $40,000 of Elks Lodge money.

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Anonymous said...

Shame on you sir! I simply do not understand this at all. You had a terrific job to support your family. I feel terrible for them.

Anonymous said...

Sadly this kind of behavior happens more times than we'll ever know! Trusted people just can't keep there hands out of the cookie jar! Be very careful when electing any treasurer to over see funds!

Anonymous said...

It is sad that this type of thing has become common place in our small towns. I have seen it happen many times in my town over the years only to be swept under the rug by the powers that be so the town doesn't get a bad rap. sad but true!

Anonymous said...

He's in jail, he can't read your scolding.

Anonymous said...

For 20 years I worked in fraternal clubs.It's a damn shame that people are so dishonest and greedy. This sort of thing happens a lot. The way the money is managed must be changed. It's all too easy for people to steal. Glad this creep was caught.

Anonymous said...

He went from the sophomoric Wellsville "license plate club" to now making those license plates. How can anyone with a shred of intelligence think that they can get away with this, especially someone with his background?