Former director at domestic violence nonprofit faces felony charges in Cortez

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Former director at domestic violence nonprofit faces felony charges in Cortez

Cheryl Beene is accused of stealing items and donations from thrift store
According to a Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office report, Cheryl J. Beene helped herself to donations at the Second Chance Thrift Store without paying for them and used money from donation jars for personal use.
According to a Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office report, Cheryl J. Beene helped herself to donations at the Second Chance Thrift Store without paying for them and used money from donation jars for personal use.
Second Chance Thrift Store via Facebook

According to a Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office report, Cheryl J. Beene helped herself to donations at the Second Chance Thrift Store without paying for them.

Former director at domestic violence nonprofit faces felony charges in Cortez

According to a Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office report, Cheryl J. Beene helped herself to donations at the Second Chance Thrift Store without paying for them and used money from donation jars for personal use.
According to a Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office report, Cheryl J. Beene helped herself to donations at the Second Chance Thrift Store without paying for them and used money from donation jars for personal use.
Second Chance Thrift Store via Facebook

According to a Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office report, Cheryl J. Beene helped herself to donations at the Second Chance Thrift Store without paying for them.

Former director at domestic violence nonprofit faces felony charges in Cortez

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