A Fort Wayne woman faces a felony theft charge accusing her of embezzling more than $60,000 from a local swim club.
From May 2009 to October 2012, Dana LaMaster, 44, was in charge of two bank accounts belonging to the Pocahontas Swim Club, 3020 Ojibway Trail, according to court documents.
During that time, she took more than $17,800 from one bank account and $42,100 from the other and used the money for her personal needs, the documents said.
LaMaster, of the 9100 block of Almond Tree Court, had not been arrested Thursday on the single theft charge.
Bank documents and itemized lists collected by swim club board members showed that the purchases were for LaMasters personal needs and not the needs of the swim club.
Calls to board members were not returned Thursday.
LaMaster later returned $17,000 to the swim club, but no formal agreement was reached between LaMaster and the club for the remaining approximately $43,000.
LaMaster was the owner of LaMaster Financial Services Inc., 6302 Illinois Road, Suite 226, according to the Northern Indiana Better Business Bureau.
According to bureaus website, the business opened in 2007, but has since closed.
LaMaster could not be reached Thursday for comment.