Former bookkeeper at Holy Sepulcher in Butler County waives theft charges to trial
By Bill Vidonic
Published: Thursday, May 30, 2013, 6:39 p.m.
A former secretary and bookkeeper at Holy Sepulcher Catholic School in Middlesex, Butler County, who is accused of stealing more than $315,000 in tuition money and cash, has waived her charges to Butler County Common Pleas Court.
Lynn Tomlinson, 43, of Penn, had been scheduled for a hearing on theft and related charges on June 6. However, court records show that she waived that hearing. Tomlinson, who remains free on $400,000 unsecured bond, could not be reached. Her attorney, Stephen M. Misko of Butler, did not return a phone message Thursday.
State police said Tomlinson last year confessed to the thefts when school officials confronted her. She said she began taking money in 2007, and quit in 2011.
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