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Lancaster County woman accused of embezzling $60,000 in funds from three York County organizations

November 20, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Susan Lynn Adams Diaz, 56, of Mount Joy, allegedly used the misappropriated funds to pay personal expenses and her boyfriend's motorcycle loan payments

Susan Lynn Adams Diaz, 56, of Mount Joy, allegedly used the misappropriated funds to pay personal expenses and her boyfriend's motorcycle loan payments

— The York County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday it has filed charges against a 56-year-old Lancaster County woman accused of embezzling approximately $60,000 from three motorcycling groups.

Susan Lynn Adams Diaz, of Mount Joy, is charged with three counts of theft by failure to make required disposition of funds received, three counts of receiving stolen property, and one count of fraudulent or deceptive business practices, according to York County District Attorney Dave Sunday.

Adams Diaz is accused of fraudulently obtaining and misusing funds intended to support three York County events and organizations: 

a three-day "Full Throttle" motorcycle event scheduled to take place during York Bike Week at the York Fairgroundsthe York County Motor Fund, which was formed to help provide training and police motorcycles to the York City and York County Police Motorcycle UnitsYork Revolution Bike Night, a fundraising event for the York County Motor Fund

Instead, investigators determined, Adams Diaz used the money to make personal purchases, pay credit card bills, dine out, and travel expenses, concert tickets, groceries, cash withdrawals and monthly motorcycle loan payments for her boyfriend.

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