Interfraternity Council president accused of stealing $18K
In news unrelated to all that other stuff below, another individual at the U of Arizona is in trouble. The president of UA's Interfraternity Council is in jail now facing charges of stealing $18,000 using an organizational credit card between March and June.
Robert Thomas Medler told police he made numerous personal purchases and withdrawals from the IFC's bank account using a credit card he was issued as president, according to a search warrant return filed Monday in Pima County Superior Court.
The $18,035.38 in unauthorized charges, which stretched from March 10 through June 15, was discovered by the group's treasurer when he received the bank statements, according to court records.
This incident appears similar to that of Maceo Brown, who is accused of stealing $200,000 over a period of four years while working with the Arizona Students Association.