Police in Aurora, Colorado, arrested 44-year-old Lisa Rene McMaster on Jan. 23 on a Denton County warrant for theft of more than $300,000 from a nonprofit, said Julie Brooks, a spokeswoman for the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office. McMaster, a former Aubrey resident, has been locked up in Arapahoe County Jail without bail.
Brooks said she did not know specifically where McMaster was arrested in Colorado.
A Denton County grand jury indicted McMaster on the charge in December after she initially was accused of stealing close to $400,000 from Good Samaritan Society-Denton Village, where she worked as an office manager during a four-year period. It’s unclear when she moved to Colorado.
Her lawyer, Denton attorney Tim Powers, could not be reached for comment Tuesday.
Good Samaritan is a long-term care center that offers independent housing, assisted living facilities and skilled nursing services. The 27-acre Denton Village campus, in the 2500 block of Hinkle Drive, includes an 88-bed nursing home for residents who need skilled care. It also includes about 60 duplexes and 170 apartments for independent seniors.
The missing funds
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