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Jersey Man Admits to Theft from Langhorne-based Pop Warner

According to the Department of Justice, a Jackson, N.J., man admitted to using the organization's bank and credit card accounts to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Jersey Man Admits to Theft from Langhorne-based Pop Warner

A press release from the FBI's New Jersey field office reports that the former regional director of the Eastern Region of Pop Warner Little Scholars Inc. (Pop Warner) has admitted stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Langhorne-based organization and using the funds for his personal benefit.

David Marshall, of Jackson, New Jersey, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Joel A. Pisano in Trenton federal court to an information charging him with one count of wire fraud.

According to the documents filed in this case and statements made in court:

Between 2005 and 2011, Marshall performed work for Pop Warner on a voluntary basis and held various positions. From 2006 through 2011, Marshall was the regional director for the Eastern Region of Pop Warner, which is headquartered on Middletown Blvd. in Langhorne. 

He was responsible for handling the finances of the Eastern Region and had access to its bank and credit card accounts. Marshall used his authority to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars from Pop Warner. He improperly used funds from Pop Warner bank accounts to pay off personal debts and make cash withdrawals. Marshall also used a Pop Warner credit card to purchase personal items and other things unrelated to Pop Warner.

The wire fraud count to which Marshall pleaded guilty is punishable by a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, according to the statement. As part of the plea, Marshall agreed to pay restitution to the victim of the offense in an amount that will be determined at sentencing, which is scheduled for June 25, 2014.

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