Former Little League president arrested, accused of using funds for personal gain

Timothy McCloud- courtesy: Summit County Sheriff's Office

Timothy McCloud- courtesy: Summit County Sheriff's Office

SUMMIT COUNTY, Ohio — The Summit County Sheriff’s Office said a former Little League president has been arrested, accused of using funds for his own personal gain.

According to a press release, in August 2016, authorities were notified that the Green Little League program had over $10,000 missing from its bank account.

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau began an investigation. Detectives conducted interviews and a forensic accountant analyzed¬†Green Little League bank accounts.

The sheriff’s office said, through the investigation, it was determined that the former Green Little League president Tim McCloud, 46, of Green, had been co-mingling his personal funds with Little League funds and McCloud is accused of using over $27,000 of Little League funds for his own personal gain.

McCloud was arrested and charged with theft and money laundering. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.