Former Executive Director of Young Co. Humane Society Arrested for Alleged Theft

The former executive director of the Young County Humane Society has been released from jail and is charged with theft of property, after deputies say she took cash, a TV and other items from the non-profit.
 
In October, police were called to the humane society after the then board president said Stacey Allen took 500 dollars in petty cash, a flat screen TV worth 200 dollars, $100 from the cash drawer, a $150- dollar gift card and a security camera worth 100 dollars.
 
She also said there were other non-profit supplies, that Allen paid for with humane society funds, that were never returned.
 
Instead, authorities were told Allen had the items at her home.
 
According to the affidavit, investigators later discovered Allen had used a gift card that was given to the humane society.
 
Current board president Rhonda Bone says the agency is moving onward and upward, following the resignation of Allen on October 4th and that former board president Kristi Morrison is now serving as Executive Director of the nonprofit.
 

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