20 May '11, 6am

Ex-principal of #MarisStella accused of taking $150,000 from school

Ex-principal of #MarisStella accused of taking $150,000 from school

Ex-principal of Maris Stella accused of taking $150,000 from school 20 May 2011 SOURCE: The Straits Times A CATHOLIC religious brother who was the longest-serving principal of Maris Stella High School was charged in court yesterday with misappropriating funds. Anthony Tan Kim Hock, 64, a member of the Marist Brothers, a religious order for men, is accused of taking a total of $148,540 in school donations, management committee and chapel building funds over a five-year period between May 2004 and September 2009 when he was principal of the boys’ school. Tan allegedly pocketed about $104,000. The rest was allegedly used to pay for various expenses incurred by a man named Peter Lim. These included overseas school trips made by Mr Lim, fees for his tennis coaching accreditation programme and professional tennis registry renewal, costs for an advanced open water diving course o...

Full article: http://thecourtroom.stomp.com.sg/stomp/courtroom/case_of_...

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