TEMPE, AZ — A Tempe woman has been arrested after allegedly taking nearly $100,000 in funds from an Arizona State University sorority.
Tempe police report that on Tuesday they arrested 32-year-old Lillian Ng Stulce for taking funds from ASU's Gamma Alpha Omega sorority over an 18 month time frame in 2014-2015.
Police say Stulce made "several hundred unauthorized transactions" using the sorority's credit cards. She allegedly used over $94,000 of the sorority’s funds for personal use.
Stulce's alleged actions were discovered when the sorority's insurance was canceled for non-payment.
Stulce is now a senior auditor for a Scottsdale based commercial real estate company.
She has been charged with theft and fraud.