The manager of North Shore Country Club in Harrison, Wis., has been charged with taking more than $30,000 from the club in the past year.
According to an article in The Post-Crescent, Mark Lund III, the manager of the club, told police he has bipolar disorder and gambling “was an issue,” according to a criminal complaint filed by District Attorney Ken Kratz.
Lund, 49, is charged with taking $31,316 from the club between September 2007 and August 2008. The missing money was reported by the club accountant and a member, who said Lund had worked at the club since April 2007. The club accountant reported that there were cash withdrawals with no receipts, entries with no supporting documentation, and false reimbursements.
When confronted with a spreadsheet detailing the losses, Lund admitted taking some of the money, the complaint said.
Lund is charged with felony theft in a business setting, and is scheduled to make his initial appearance on the charge December 29 in Calumet County Circuit Court. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
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