Warrant issued for man who stole from a charity

Written by  Wednesday, 06 August 2014 09:15

Jeremy Wardell Foreman Jeremy Wardell Foreman   A warrant for felony theft by conversion has been issued for 30 year old Jeremy Wardell Foreman.  The police report said he stole about $1,800 from the local Feed the ‘Boro charity by diverting it for his own use.  Feed the ‘Boro helps provide Thanksgiving meals each year to those in need. 


  Foreman is accused of making several purchases to Gnat’s Landing, El Jalapeno and a plane ticket using money from the charity’s account.  He allegedly put donations collected in Feed the ‘Boro’s name and deposited in a “Savannah Community Foundation.  It was later learned the account had been closed.  The foundation said it had no knowledge of the account.


  In addition to the money Foreman allegedly took enough cups, utensils, to-go plates and nonperishable foods to fill two pickup trucks.  The thefts occurred between November 1 and July 1.


  Anyone with information as to Foreman’s location is asked to contact Detective Lt. Rob Bryan at the Statesboro Police Department at 764-9911.  Anonymous tips may be made online at www.tipsoft.com or text a tip to “TIPSSPD” to 274637 (CRIMES).



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