She faces two counts of embezzlement from the volunteer department, allegedly using the $373,000 for personal gain
By Inside Nova
The former president of the Dumfries Triangle Volunteer Fire Department faces a Sept. 9 court date on charges she embezzled more than $373,000 from the department over three years.
The investigation began last year after the department reported missing funds to the police.
The investigation revealed that between April 2016 and July 2019, then-president Virginia Hoskings allegedly embezzled the money and used it for personal gain, said Prince William County police 1st Sgt. Jonathan Perok. She is no longer with the fire department.
Hoskings, 63, of Fredericksburg was arrested in Spotsylvania County on June 23 and charged with two counts of felony embezzlement, Perok said. She faces a Sept. 9 court date.
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