(redacted on 9/13/2012 per request )The founder of Camden County's only suburban charter school has been accused of attempting to defraud the school in an indictment handed down Wednesday by the state grand jury following an investigation by the state Attorney General Office's Division of Criminal Justice...In January 2010, the [the state Department of Education's Office of Fiscal Accountability and Compliance] released its findings, listing allegations of misuse of funds and governance practices. It concluded that most of the allegations were out of its jurisdiction and forwarded them to the Attorney General's Office, noting specifically that the fictitious invoice "may constitute a violation of the School Ethics Act and criminal statute."…The OFAC's review also found that staff members observed [name omitted] and another board member going through student files, that board members regularly visited the school unannounced, that [name omitted] routinely borrowed money from staff members and that she used the school copy machine to run off fliers for a private tattoo party...
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WINSLOW CHARTER SCHOOL FOUNDER INDICTED; Feb. 28, 2011; Courier-Post (NJ)