Seymour Soccer Association director of coaching: She ‘left us bone dry’



A former Seymour woman faces 14 counts of forgery after writing numerous checks to herself through a local soccer club’s account, police said Friday.

Jacqueline S. Stevens, 39, turned herself in at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Jackson County Jail in Brownstown.

Seymour Detective Chris Franklin said board members of the Seymour Soccer Association told him about $30,000 was missing from the association’s bank account.

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