Iowa man accused of stealing from baseball organization
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Iowa man accused of stealing from baseball organization

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TIFFIN, Iowa (AP) — A former president of a baseball organization in eastern Iowa has been accused of stealing more than $30,000 from it.

Linn County court records say 40-year-old Adam Henderson, of Cedar Rapids, is charged with theft. The records don't list the name of an attorney who could comment for him.

The Gazette reports that Johnson was president of the Clippers Baseball Club, an organization that serves the Clear Creek Amana School District area but is not affiliated with the district.

An investigation began after Henderson wrote a club check that bounced. Court records say investigators found that Henderson wrote himself checks, used the club's debit card, deposited club funds into his personal account and wrote checks to pay his rent.

The records say Henderson eventually acknowledged the thefts to a detective.

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Information from: The Gazette, http://www.gazetteonline.com/

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