Possible Case Of Embezzlement At Calhoun Conservation District
The Michigan State Police are now looking into the Calhoun Conservation District for a possible case of embezzlement.
The Battle Creek Enquirer reports that detectives began investigating earlier this month, after Conservation District’s board of directors got in contact with the MSP Marshall post about missing money. The chair of the board says that they know some money is missing, but exactly how much and where it exactly went remains a mystery.
The MSP says that their investigation is still in the preliminary stages, and no one has been accused of embezzlement just yet.
The Calhoun Conservation District is an agency that gets funding from state and federal grants, and then directs those funds to programs designed to protect the environment of Calhoun County, such as wildlife habitat development and reforestation.