PANAMA CITY, Fla. - A Bay County woman is accused of taking hundreds of dollars from the Bay High School Football Booster Club, according to Bay County Sheriff's Investigators.
Investigators arrested the club's treasurer Rebecca Jean Kominczak Friday night. According to an arrest warrant for Kominczak, they said she took $2,508.73 from the organization.
The club's registration form with Bay District Schools shows the president and treasurer are the only ones with authority to sign checks on behalf of the club.
Kominczak is charged with Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card.
The Bay High School Football Booster Club is under investigation for alleged misappropriated funds, according to Bay County Sheriff's Investigators.
Bay District Schools Police Chief Mike Jones notified sheriff's investigators Friday afternoon after meeting with Principal Billy May.
Neither agency has released any additional information pending the ongoing investigation.
School Board policy states booster clubs are independent organizations, but principals have the right to sanction their involvement with the school. Club members are required to keep monthly financial records and provide them to the principal upon his or her request.
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