TOPEKA, Kan The founder of a drug prevention and safe choices program in Marshall County remains jailed for forgery and theft.
The Topeka Capital Journal reports Joleen Ayon, the founder of the "Waterville Teen Hope Center", is accused of taking nearly $70,000 from the Linda J. Conderman Trust.
Authorities say she altered and endorsed personal checks without permission.
The paper states some of the checks were allegedly made out to the Teen Hope Center.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for september 18th. Ayon is being held on a $1,500 bond.
Posted by Greg Palmer
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