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Sullivan County Humane Society treasurer indicted
Danyle M. Morse, 38, of Woonsocket Avenue is set to be arraigned on the charges in Sullivan County Superior Court on Monday.
Allen Damren, former SAU 6 assistant superintendent, has stepped into Morse’s board seat and as the shelter’s new treasurer, Bromley said.
Damren said the allegations are shocking and embarrassing, but he would encourage community members to continue to donate to the non-profit and to come in and speak to the volunteers if they have any questions or concerns.
“The community has the need,” Damren said.
Morse was indicted by the Sullivan County Superior Court grand jury Dec. 18 on the charge of theft by unauthorized taking.
“We obviously feel awful that this happened and that people made donations to the shelter for the animals,” Bromley said. “We work really hard that all of our donations and fundraisings go to the animals so it was heart-breaking to find out this was going on.”
“She hasn’t made any attempt to return any money,” Bromley said.
An indictment is not an indication of guilt, but rather a ruling by a grand jury that prosecutors have enough evidence to move forward with charges.
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