Former Bar Association executive director facing charges


The former executive director of the Kansas Bar Association is facing charges of theft and forgery after the organization suspected that its credit card was misused.

Authorities have charged Anastacia M. Arnold, 46, of Topeka with 18 counts of forgery, one count of theft by deception with losses of $25,000 to $100,000 and one count of unlawful acts concerning computers, court records show. They are all nonperson felonies.

The complaint contains 20 charged counts with nine being charged as alternatives, meaning the defendant wouldn't . . .


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