MADIGAN: FORMER KENILWORTH SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER CHARGED WITH THEFT OF EMPLOYER CHECKS
Chicago – Attorney General Lisa Madigan today announced that following an investigation by her office a former Kenilworth man was charged with theft for depositing into his personal account checks worth more than $25,000. The checks were written to his employer and not intended for his personal use.
Philip DeRoziere, 51, who previously served as president of the Kenilworth District #38 Board of Education, is charged in Cook County Circuit Court with one count of theft, a Class 2 felony, from his then-employer, Navigant Capital Advisers, LLC.
DeRoziere allegedly intercepted checks made payable to Navigant and deposited them into an account at Northshore Community Bank & Trust for his personal benefit.
A warrant has been issued for DeRoziere’s arrest.
Assistant Attorney General Dan Carter is prosecuting the for Madigan’s Financial Crimes Bureau.