U.S. nun accused of stealing more than 100 thousand dollars from two churches worked in them, and because of addiction to gambling.
The newspaper "Buffalo News" The nun Mary Ann Rapp, which suffers from an addiction to gambling in the casino, will face late on Monday local time for a boycott of Orleans, was charged with theft as a result of theft of more than 100 thousand dollars from the church of St. Mary Catholic Holly St. Mark Kendall.
The prosecutor said in Orleans County Joseph Cardone newspaper, The Sister Mary will answer the charges before the Court of the town of Kendall.
Cardone noted that the investigation into the case began months before the day of the sheriff's office, explaining that "there are indications that they have a gambling problem."
A source familiar with the investigators believe that the stolen gifts provided by the nun believers, and they deal with because of addiction to gambling in the casino.
It is expected more details after the nun who appear before the court tonight.