An Ambler man has been arrested for stealing more than $64,000 from the Montgomery County youth soccer association where he served as treasurer.
Daniel Heinze, 50, served as the elected treasurer of the Horsham Soccer Association from November 2009 through November 2013, according to Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri-Ferman.
During a year-end review of financial records, the soccer league's managers discovered "discrepancies" and alerted Horsham police, whose investigators determined that Heinze wrote 23 checks from the association's account totaling $64,292 and deposited them into his personal bank accounts, Vetri-Ferman said. He also allegedly forged signatures and altered financial records to hide the theft.
Heinze has been charged with theft, forgery, receiving stolen property and related offenses. He faces a May 13 preliminary hearing, according to court records.