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Former employee accused of stealing money from Woodbridge High School Boy’s Soccer Team in New Jersey.
Woodbridge school employees informed schools Superintendent Dr. Robert Zega that money was missing from the boys’ soccer team. Stacey Castro, 47, was in charge of handling the money for the high school team, police say. Police say that for more than a year, more than $6,000 that was received from student fundraisers, donations and club dues was electronically transferred from the boys’ soccer team account into Castro’s personal checking account. Police said Castro then personally withdrew the money from ATMs. Other times she never even deposited the money into the soccer club account at all, police say. Castro has been suspended, with pay, from her job with the Woodbridge school district during this investigation. Castro has been arrested and charged with one count of theft by unlawful taking.