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Police make arrest in Pembroke embezzlement case
Lisa Wiggin, 46, the former treasurer and president of the Pembroke Friends of Football (PFOF), was arrested Friday and charged with one felony count of theft by embezzlement.
Parker said Wiggin has been cooperative throughout the investigation, and has confessed to the crime.
"I can tell you the money she took wasn't for vacations or diamond jewelry or anything like that," she added. "It appears the money was used solely for debts and past due bills."
Regardless of the amount Wiggin placed back in the bank account, Parker said the activity is still criminal in nature.
"The other big factor in this case is that the victims are the kids who may have to ultimately pay for the crime that was committed," Parker added. "Obviously, restitution is important here, and the main goal is for the league to function at a level similar to years past."
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