CARRICK, Pa. - A woman is facing charges after police said she stole money from a Carrick elementary school's parent-teacher association and used it to go on vacation.
Investigators said the PTA treasurer at Concord Elementary School stole $6,000. Officials said the money was intended to be used for student field trips.
Police said Cathy Weinmann used the cash to pay a cellphone bill, take a trip to Sandusky, Ohio, pay for turnpike tolls and for food at Sam's Club.
Weinmann faces theft charges.
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