The concession revenue generated during this year’s Los Alamos County Little League season is reportedly missing.
The volunteer in charge of collecting and depositing that revenue apparently never deposited it.
League President Magdalen Miller told the Los Alamos Daily Post today that the League Board has reported the situation to the Los Alamos Police Department.
“As Little League President I can say that there are allegations floating around town about the revenue and that our board is cooperating with the police as they investigate our suspicions and concerns,” Miller said. “As a board committed to the players of the league, we are immensely disappointed.”
Miller added that this unfortunate situation is not a reflection of the board, the local Little League or Little League International.
Immediate Past President James Chrobocinski told the Los Alamos Daily Post today that he is saddened by news of the missing revenue.
“My wife Jackie and I were very upset to learn (the volunteer) had taken all of the money and not deposited it,” Chrobocinski said. “My wife poured her heart and soul into running that concession for many years. The new (volunteer) took over this year and Jackie gave her clear and thorough training including instructions to deposit the funds several times a week.”
Editor’s note: The name of the volunteer suspected in this incident will be released if charged with a crime.