MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - State police said a Montgomery County man turned himself in on 15 felony charges of theft and forgery.
The charges stem from an investigation into $30,000 taken from three Crawfordsville organizations.
43-year-old Timothy Bristol turned himself in on Tuesday.
State police said he is accused of taking money from the Ahead Coalition, Pam's Promise and Community Unity.
They said Bristol admitted forging names on grants and other documents to get money for personal use. Some of those names included Crawfordsville Mayor Todd Barton and City Clerk Terri Gadd.
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