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Glenn Yothers
Glenn Yothers

Who is Glenn Yothers?

Glenn Yothers is the accused Pennsylvania church treasurer who has been the treasurer of the church in Unity Township for 12 years. There is no other information available about Yothers, and he doesn’t seem to have an account on Facebook.

Glenn Yothers Pennsylvania Church Treasurer

Between 2015 and 2019, Yothers used church funds to pay for the website ‘Flirt for Free. His misdeeds came to light after the council noted that bills weren’t being paid, and deposits were not being made into church accounts. Initially, Yothers claimed he was paying for church expenses from his personal bank account, and then reimbursing himself. However, investigations found that the money was being used to pay for the pornographic website.

When confronted with the evidence, Yothers reportedly confirmed the true nature of the payments.

How old is Glenn Yothers?

Glenn Yothers is 56 years old as of the year 2021.

Glenn Yothers Greensburg Pa

Glenn Yothers is accused of stealing over $150,000 from the Saint Paul Lutheran Church in Unity Township. He has been charged with theft by deception and theft by unlawful taking after the church was on the brink of closing.

The church council approached Yothers two years ago after it was brought to their attention that bills were not being paid. He denied any wrongdoing at the time. Utilities for the church were cut off, eventually leading to his removal as treasurer and arrest. An audit of financial records shows that Yothers deposited $150,606 from church accounts into his personal account. On investigation, it was found that the money was being used to pay for pornographic websites.

“Yothers stated he started this with the best intentions because he wanted to help people, but it snowballed out of control.” He reportedly turned to the website because he was bored at home when his wife was at work. He kept the financial records at home, according to police.

Trooper Steve Limani said, “None of this was going to charity at all. It’s going to his own personal enjoyment and his own personal use.”

He has now been released on a signature bond and will face a preliminary hearing on March 24.

The church is located in the village of Trauger and claims to be “one of the oldest congregations in Westmoreland County”, on its website. Yother’s name has been removed from the council on the website. He is being represented by Michael Garofalo of Greensburg, who has so far refused to comment on the case.

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