20 May '11, 4am

Ex-Maris Stella principal charged with misappropriating nearly S$150,000

SINGAPORE - A former principal of Maris Stella High School has been charged with dishonestly misappropriating nearly S$150,000 between May 2004 and September 2009. Brother Anthony Tan Kim Hock, 64, who retired in 2009, allegedly committed the offences in the school on 21 separate occasions. Thirteen of the charges involve a man known as Peter Lim, believed to be a relative in his 30s. Tan allegedly used about S$45,000 from the school management committee as well as the director-general of education school fund accounts, to pay for items such as seven of Mr Lim's overseas school trips and an open water diving course in Pulau Tioman. Tan is also accused of misappropriating another S$34,000 which was donated to the school. He is also allegedly involved in misappropriating S$2,000 which was donated to three retired Marist brothers, as well as about S$68,000 from the school's c...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Hotnews/EDC110520-0000239/Ex-M...

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