A Michigan high school teacher pocketed more than $30,000 in student activity funds and then squandered it all in a Detroit casino, a report said. Lydia Christine Johnson, 29, was charged with embezzlement Thursday for lifting $19,000 in funds for the Dakota High School’s homecoming dance and another $12,500 for a school trip, according to...
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2013 - NO MORE CASINOS COALITION, INC.
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