Again, it took the Feds… not Kim Gardner and Wesley Bell, <br><br>”The indictment claims that from January 2012 through January 2019, Vonderahe issued about 500 company checks to himself worth roughly $3.8 million dollars. He falsified company records and issued false financial statements to cover up his theft, and used the money for a “lavish lifestyle,” including gambling, mortgage payments and travel to Florida, Colorado, Nevada and elsewhere, prosecutors said.<br><br>The U.S. Attorney’s Office is seeking forfeiture of a GMC Acadia Denali and a Range Rover Sport, Vonderahe’s four-bedroom, 3,500-square foot home in Kirkwood and a condominium in 12500 block of Chardin Place in unincorporated St. Louis County near Interstate 270 and Tesson Ferry Road.”

Again, it took the Feds... not Kim Gardner and Wesley Bell,

"The indictment claims that from January 2012 through January 2019, Vonderahe issued about 500 company checks to himself worth roughly $3.8 million dollars. He falsified company records and issued false financial statements to cover up his theft, and used the money for a "lavish lifestyle," including gambling, mortgage payments and travel to Florida, Colorado, Nevada and elsewhere, prosecutors said.

The U.S. Attorney's Office is seeking forfeiture of a GMC Acadia Denali and a Range Rover Sport, Vonderahe’s four-bedroom, 3,500-square foot home in Kirkwood and a condominium in 12500 block of Chardin Place in unincorporated St. Louis County near Interstate 270 and Tesson Ferry Road."

Kirkwood businessman accused of embezzling $3.8 million for travel, gambling and mortgage

Brian Vonderahe worked for the Boyd Group, which owns The Bedroom Store, Boyd Sleep and Accent Furniture, the indictment says.
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