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State Police Arrest Summit Man for Stealing $10,000 from Bowling League

Written By Editor on 5/11/14 | 5/11/14


New York State Police stationed in Cobleskill announced the arrest of Charles A. Bowen, 50, of Summit over the weekend, for Grand Larceny in the Third Degree after an investigation revealed that he had been stealing money from the Cobleskill Bowling League.


Bowen was elected treasurer for the league, based out of Cobleskill Lanes, and was tasked with collecting membership dues from each of the fifty members from September 2013 to April 2014. He received approximately $20,000 over the seven month period. 

When other league officers noticed that bills were being returned for insufficient funds, an inquiry was launched that revealed Bowen had taken nearly $10,000 out of the membership dues for his own personal use. Bowen was arraigned in Cobleskill Town Court and remanded to Schoharie County Jail.
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