Warrants were mailed Tuesday to three former Grossmont College student body officers and a former college secretary charging misuse of $30,000 in student funds, the El Cajon police reported.
The fraud division of the San Diego County district attorney's office prepared the letters ordering Michael Raymond Bang, Larry J. Humpal, David Michael Brooks and Peggy Ann Klecha to appear in court Jan. 8. If they fail to comply, warrants with bail set at $25,000 will be issued for their arrest, the El Cajon police said.
All four were charged with one count of grand theft, and Brooks was assigned an additional charge of perjury, said Linda Miller, district attorney spokeswoman. If convicted of grand theft, the four could face three-year state prison terms and $10,000 fines. The perjury charge could tack on another eight months to Brooks' sentence.
The warrants come after a five-month investigation into the misappropriation of funds amounting to more than $30,000 from the Associated Students of Grossmont College.