Well, you are not supposed to do that… Lee Ann Borg, a former Rye YMCA senior program director, who according to LinkedIn now works at Life Time in Chappaqua, has been charged on grand larceny for charging $190K in personal expenses.
(PHOTO: Lee Ann Borg.)
"Lee Ann Borg, a Croton-on-Hudson resident and former program manager for the Rye YMCA, is accused of stealing over $190,000, according to prosecutors.
Lee Ann Borg was arraigned in Westchester County Court on a second-degree grand larceny charge, a felony.
She used the money to buy prescriptions, clothes and other personal items, as well as several thousand dollars in gifts cards, prosecutors said.
Borg was arraigned in Westchester County Court on Tuesday on a second-degree grand larceny charge, a felony.
She's scheduled back in Rye City Court on March 5."
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Here is the full release from the Westchester District Attorney's office:
"FORMER RYE YMCA EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH STEALING FROM THE ORGANIZATION
Defendant: Lee Ann Borg (DOB 02/01/88)
Feb. 26, 2019 — Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, announced Lee Ann Borg of Croton-on-Hudson, a former employee of the Rye YMCA, was arraigned on a charge of Grand Larceny in the Second Degree, a class C felony. She was arrested Tuesday morning by Westchester County District Attorney’s Criminal Investigators and was charged in Rye City Court.
Borg is scheduled to appear in Rye City Court March 5, 2019.
According to the felony complaint, Lee Ann Borg stole over $190,000 by making personal purchases with the Rye YMCA corporate credit card. As the former senior program manager of the Rye YMCA, Borg was authorized to make purchases for its programs and events. She allegedly abused that authority by making personal purchases from retail stores for items such as prescription medication, clothing and other personal items as well as several thousand dollars in gift cards deposited into her PayPal account for her personal use. The YMCA discovered the theft and reported it to the District Attorney’s Office.
ADAs Emily Rowe-Smith of the Investigations Division Economic Crimes Bureau, and James Tobin, of the District Attorney’s Rye Branch, are handling the case.
In compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 3.6, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty."