Associated Press, Published April 11 2013
Former Bismarck nonprofit exec accused of unauthorized purchasesBISMARCK — The former executive director of a Bismarck nonprofit is accused of making more than $7,500 in unauthorized purchases with the organization's checkbook and credit cards.
The Bismarck Tribune reports that 30-year-old David Mau was charged April 2 with forgery or counterfeiting and two counts of theft of property.
Mau was the executive director of the Arc of Bismarck, a nonprofit that provides education, advocacy and support for disabled people.
Bismarck Police Detective Dean Clarkson says in an affidavit that Mau was one of the signers on the organization's checking account, which requires dual signatures. He's accused of forging the second signature on checks and opening an account at Unistop in Arc's name and charging money on Arc's Visa card.
Attorney information for Mau was not immediately available.
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