Priest spent more than 3.5 million rubles of church money on gaming donations 11:34

A Catholic priest in Pennsylvania was arrested for using his church credit card for personal purposes, including mobile game purchases and gifts. In this respect reports WHSV-TV.

Pennsylvania priest Lawrence Kozak was detained after spending $40 thousand (about 3.6 million rubles) on virtual purchases from his church credit card in games such as Candy Crush Saga, Cash Frenzy, Mario Kart Tour, Pokemon Go and Gaming Wizard. Oz slot machines. According to the investigation, it carried out more than 2 thousand transactions labeled “game” from September 2019 to June 2022.

Kozak claims that he did not spend the money on gambling, but only used it to “elevate” his gaming experience. Additionally, the investigation revealed that the priest used parish money to buy his goddaughter an Amazon Fire tablet, a chemist’s kit and other gifts.

Accused of breach of trust and misappropriation of funds, the priest was arrested on April 25 and charged with theft, misuse and unauthorized access to an unspecified device.

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Source: Gazeta


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