Former parent club president accused of using Warren elementary school money to buy cocaine
Ronald Davis allegedly embezzled more than $13K
WARREN, Mich. – A former parent volunteer club president is accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from a Warren elementary school and using the money to buy cocaine.
Police believe Ronald Davis stole more than $13,000 from Westview Lower Elementary.
Accoring to Fitzgerald Public Schools Superintendent Laurie Fournier, an unpaid invoice from a fundraiser last September helped reveal that money was missing.
Fournier said the district will help the club regain the stolen funds.
Davis is charged with embezzlement.
Read the full statement from Fournier below:
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