State auditors reported Friday that a former WWU cashier supervisor likely stole more than $117,000 from the university. The auditor was fired in August 2005 for suspected theft.
According to the AP story, "The former cashier likely skimmed most of the money by slipping unrecorded checks into bank deposits and removing an equivalent amount of cash, auditors said."
I know what you're thinking: "Paolo, didn't you stop working at the university August 2005?"
Yes, I did. But I can assure you I'm not $117,000 richer.