The former leader of a charity that provides service dogs to the disabled admits he defrauded the organization out of $400,000 and more. St. Peters resident Robert Hansen has pleaded guilty to a mail fraud charge. He was once Executive Director of Support Dogs Incorporated. The prosecutor says he used white-out to alter cancelled checks and created fake receipts, that he opened a separate bank account and intercepted checks, putting them into it, and added his wife to the payroll although she had not been hired by the organization. He’ll be sentenced in September.
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