There was an internal complaint against Sande, staff said.
But that complaint is closed and resulted in no apparent formal discipline, which means little, if any, information about it is open to the public.
Sande's total theft was ,431.27 after reviewing transactions from 2010-2017 on his business credit card."Leffelman said the auditor met with Sande on Oct. University staff reported the alleged theft to the Bemidji Police Department on Oct. When contacted, Sande said he did not want to talk about his old job or the police search."Nothing's settled," he said.
University staff said Sande is retired from the school and that no separation agreements exist between the two.
It is especially challenging when you are divorced or never married to the other parent of your children.
Police also recovered the following from Sande's home, according to the search warrant receipt:• A Honda 21-inch Smart Drive mower• A Toro 27-inch snowblower and cover• A Stihl leafblower, a chainsaw and weed trimmer• A 10-foot-by-10-foot "shed in a box"• An Excalibur king-sized bed and bed frame• A Welderman flux core welder• An Arctic Extremes Carhartt coat• An Igloo rolling cooler• A Ryobi mini vacuum, two chargers, two batteries, and a mini inflator• A Gorilla three-step aluminum ladder• A Performax pneumatic rolling stool• A Delta stainless faucet• A Magick Woods sink• Rubbermaid "commercial products"• A Sony Vaio laptop, which was not included in the list of allegedly ill-gotten items.
The Beltrami County Attorney's Office had not charged Sande as of Tuesday and the investigation was still open on Monday.
Questionable purchases The warrant accuses Sande of fraudulently purchasing a John Deere X300 42-inch lawn tractor, which police recovered from his home last week.
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