WICHITA, Kan. (AP) A former bookkeeper for a Wichita-based chain of radio stations faces revised federal charges of stealing more than $2 million from his employer.
William H. Nolan has been issued a summons to appear Wednesday in U.S. District Court to answer charges of mail fraud and wire fraud. The charges are outlined in a revised indictment that also seeks a $2 million forfeiture judgment.
Nolan worked at LS Media Inc., which was previously known as Mid-America Ag Network, Broadcast Technical Associates and Steckline Communications.
Prosecutors allege he forged signatures on checks and withdrew electronic transfers from the company’s account, then used the money for personal expenses.
Nolan pleaded not guilty earlier this month to the initial charges.