LEAGUE CITY

The Galveston County District Attorney’s Office and the city police department both are investigating allegations someone embezzled tens of thousands of dollars from the League City Little League baseball organization over the course of years, according to case documents.

Matt deGrood: 409-683-5230; matt.degrood@galvnews.com

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James Lippert

Theft and embezzlement in Galveston County has got to stop. Tons of problems at our Volunteer fire departments in Bolivar, Crystal Beach and San Leon. Lots of confusion and collusion in Kemah where you would think that they would know better. Now the ripping off the little kids in the Little League in League City, the city of Big League Dreams? Shame on the Galveston District Attorney's Public Integrity Department if they do not do their job and step up to the plate to do something NOW.

Jake Swanson

I hardly comment on articles, but this is just sad. In my opinion it’s worse than stealing from a church. Theft from a children’s organization? Pathetic. If this ends up going to trial, I hope the defense attorney is stupid enough to elect the jury for punishment and whoever is responsible goes away for a longtime. Again, it’s just my opinion but I don’t think deferred adjudication or probation is justice for someone with this level of moral turpitude.

Stephanie Martin

I hope when they charge this person, their name is on the front page of the paper. Pathetic!

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