- Associated Press - Friday, January 13, 2017

GREEN, Ohio (AP) - A Little League president in northeast Ohio is charged with felony theft and money laundering after investigators determined he used more than $27,000 in funds from the baseball program for his personal gain.

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office says it began investigating after learning in August that over $10,000 was missing from a bank account for the Little League program in Green, south of Akron.

Investigators say an analysis by a forensic account helped reveal that the president had co-mingled personal funds with Little League money and misused thousands of dollars.

Forty-six-year-old Timothy McCloud, of Green, faces two felony charges.

A message seeking comment was left Thursday for his attorney.

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