Ex-Perrysburg woman sentenced for stealing from youth organizations

7/23/2013
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Kiki Lorann is escorted out of the courtroom and into custody after sentencing for four counts of grand theft and three counts of theft for stealing thousands of dollars from school and community booster groups in Perrysburg in Wood County Common Court.

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Kiki Lorann is escorted out of the courtroom and into custody after sentencing for four counts of grand theft and three counts of theft for stealing thousands of dollars from school and community booster groups in Perrysburg in Wood County Common Court.
Kiki Lorann is escorted out of the courtroom and into custody after sentencing for four counts of grand theft and three counts of theft for stealing thousands of dollars from school and community booster groups in Perrysburg in Wood County Common Court.

BOWLING GREEN -- A former Perrysburg woman who embezzled more than nearly $100,000 from youth organizations was sentenced today to 39 months in prison.

Kiki Lorann, of Tiffin, was sentenced by Judge Robert Pollex in Wood County Common Pleas Court on four counts of grand theft and three counts of theft. In addition to the prison sentence, she was ordered to serve five years of community control.

She was a volunteer and handled finances for the Perrysburg Elementary Parents Association, Toth Parent Club, and Perrysburg String Baseball.