Oklahoma AG charges former Rainbow Fleet executive

The former executive director of an Oklahoma City-based child care organization has been charged with embezzlement and unlawful use of a computer.

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: June 13, 2013
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The former executive director of an Oklahoma City-based child care organization has been charged with embezzlement and unlawful use of a computer.

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt says the charges were filed in Oklahoma County District Court Wednesday against 61-year-old Wayne Royce Junghanns.

The charges accuse Junghanns of fraudulently submitting more than $25,000 in reimbursement claims to the non-profit Rainbow Fleet, Inc. Pruitt says the child care resource and referral company discovered the falsified requests and alerted the attorney general's Public Protection Unit.

Online court records did list an attorney for Junghanns.

Prosecutors say Junghanns also submitted a falsified computer generated document in January 2012. The document allegedly claimed Junghanns had bought $933 worth of items from the National Association for Family Child Care.


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