By J Swygart - email@example.com
SOURCE: Lima News
LIMA — Emily Wrencher, the former executive director of Crossroads Crisis Center charged with stealing more than $7,500 from the nonprofit agency, appeared briefly in court Tuesday to waive her constitutional right to a speedy trial.
Wrencher, 66, was indicted by a grand jury last August on a single count of fourth-degree felony theft for allegedly using the agency’s credit card for personal use.
She was terminated from her position with the crisis center in April 2017 following allegations of potential policy violations.