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Annapolis-area Sons of the American Revolution official accused of stealing $11k from club

May 6, 2022

A Baltimore man faces embezzlement and theft charges stemming from more than $11,000 in club funds that went missing when he served as a president and treasurer of the Annapolis-area branch of the Sons of the American Revolution, according to recently unsealed court filings. An official from the society’s John Paul Jones branch, which meets in Edgewater, told police that Michael James Kelley Jr., 41, admitted to stealing funds when he was confronted, according to charging papers, which say the branch kept receipts from a three-month period where Kelley withdrew $11,085.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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