The Premiere Website For Police News In Texas

          



 

Former Daycare Director Arrested for Felony Theft - PHOTOS
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
   
 
More Today's News:
ߦ   $60 million home health-care scam sends Dallas woman, doctor to prison
ߦ   60 illegal immigrants found in cold produce truck
ߦ   Border agents track drone from sky to drugs on the ground
ߦ   Drugged driver injures two officers in northeast Dallas crash, police say
ߦ   Fallen forensics: Judges routinely allow disavowed science
ߦ   Former HPD officer caught in prostitution bust previously charged with theft
ߦ   Hundreds of protesters face off in Houston over Confederate statue
ߦ   Man denies purposely spraying manure on border patrol car
ߦ   No bond for suspect in officers' death in Fla.
ߦ   Sex offenders can live next door to victims in many states
ߦ   Silver alert issued for missing 79-year-old man
ߦ   La Marque Police Entrance Exam
ߦ   2nd Alarm Apartment Fire Sends Two to Parkland Hospital
ߦ   Authorities searching for missing 30-year-old in Galveston County
ߦ   Burnet County Sheriff's Office - Inmate/Arrests Summary
ߦ   Campaign Kick-Off - Commissioner Joe Giusti
ߦ   Constables Arrest Local Barber for Indecent Exposure
ߦ   Critical Missing – Lorenzo Reed
ߦ   Evading Theft Suspects Taken Into Custody After Causing Accident
ߦ   Federal Jury Convicts Dallas Man of Child Pornography Charges
ߦ   Galveston Credit Union Employee Convicted of Theft
ߦ   Jefferson County Man Guilty of Beaumont Drug Trafficking
ߦ   Jury Convicts Honduran Man of Assaulting Federal Officer
ߦ   Law enforcement impaired driver and anti crime task force takes place this weekened.
ߦ   Man Sentenced to Life in Prison for Kemah Robbery
ߦ   Montgomery County Constable, Pct 4 - Arrest Blotter
ߦ   Orange County Man Guilty of West Orange Drug Trafficking
ߦ   Public Assistance Needed to Identify Person of Interest in Auto Theft
ߦ   Re-Election Campaign Kick-Off - Judge Mark Henry
ߦ   Sherff's Deputy Convicted Of Extortion
ߦ   Stafford-area man admits killing his wife
ߦ   Suspect Jailed In Series Of Dickinson Burglaries
ߦ   Two “Bank Juggers,” Charged by The Harris County District Attorney’s Office
ߦ   Two Illegal Aliens Head to Prison for Trafficking Meth
ߦ   UPDATE: Fatality fire at Brazos Apartments last night

   Next >>
 
Search Archives:


For Immediate Release                           March 7, 2017

 

Former Daycare Director Arrested for Felony Theft

 

On February 16, 2016, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the Montgomery United Methodist Church (MUMC) in reference to a possible case of employee theft from their day care facility, Tomorrow's Promise Preschool.

During the investigation, Detectives learned that from 2009 to 2015, the MUMC employed Gina Denise Sarver as the director of the Tomorrow's Promise preschool. Sarver left MUMC in March of 2015 to begin her own day care facility, Mimi's Little Scholars Christian Academy, Montgomery, Texas. Mimi's Little Scholars Christian Academy subsequently closed in January of 2017, citing financial troubles.

 

Upon Sarver’s departure, MUMC's finance department reintegrated the bookkeeping system from the preschool into the general church bookkeeping program. Upon doing so they noticed several abnormalities in the books, and found that approximately $20,000 worth of funds was unaccounted for.

 

The investigation showed that Sarver was having clients leave the payee line blank on their tuition checks. Sarver would then write the checks out to cash and would cash them at either her personal bank or at the bank from which the check was drawn.

  

On March 2, 2017, Detectives arrested Gina Sarver in the 8800 Forest Lake Dr., Montgomery, TX 77316 for Felony Theft.

 

Information Source

Lieutenant Scott Spencer

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

Executive Division

Post a comment
Name/Nickname:
(required)
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
  Facebook   Share link on Twitter Tweet  


© 1999-2017 The Police News. All rights reserved.