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Cops: Sorority treasurer stole money

Delaware State police have charged the treasurer of the Beta Sigma Phi Chapter V/Xi Upsilon Sorority with stealing more than $4,000 from the sorority.

Cops: Sorority treasurer stole money

Delaware State police have charged the treasurer of the Beta Sigma Phi Chapter V/Xi Upsilon Sorority with stealing more than $4,000 from the sorority. 

Police said Becky Mills, 29, was named the treasurer of the Ocean View, Del., sorority just a day before she began writing checks to herself from the sorority's accounts. The bank soon notified the head of the sorority that two of its accounts had been depleted. 

Police said Mills had also written two checks to the sorority, both of which bounced.

Mills surrendered to police on Wednesday and was charged with theft and issuing a bad check. Police said she was released on $400 unsecured bail. 

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