Harvard Officials Accused of Stealing $100K of Funds

Published on 1 Mar 2017, 20:43
Two administrators at Harvard University have been accused of embezzling $110,000 of funding earmarked for disabled students, allegedly spending the money on cell phones, computers, and other selfish needs. According to The Daily Mail, school administrators Meg DeMarco and Darris Saylors both quit their jobs after being confronted by police over the missing funds. Officials accuse DeMarco of using a school mobile card reader to transfer money into her personal account and then altering records to cover her tracks.

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