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Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - An Eyota woman is expected to face prosecution involving the theft of a large amount of money from a softball organization.

Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Jim Schueller says a felony theft criminal complaint has been submitted to the county attorney’s office and it could be filed this week.

 

The 47-year-old woman was a board member of the Dover-Eyota Storm Softball Association. Schueller says the organization’s bank became suspicious of some transactions and an investigation began in September.

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News update:  Two violent robbery incidents were reported in Rochester over the weekend.

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