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Golf club manager in NY suburbs gets prison for stealing over $250,000 in 5 years

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WHITE PLAINS, New York — The manager of a suburban New York golf club will spend one to three years in prison for stealing more than a quarter of a million dollars by submitting false invoices for nearly five years.

The Westchester County district attorney's office says Scott Yandrasevich (yan-DRAH'-suh-vihch) of Danbury, Connecticut, was sentenced Thursday.

Yandrasevich was general manager of the Rye Golf Club, which is owned by the city of Rye.

The City Council found irregularities and forwarded its findings to the district attorney.

Prosecutors say Yandrasevich listed nonexistent employees and services on invoices sent to the city.

Yandrasevich had worked at the club since 2002. When he resigned in January 2013, his annual salary was more than $106,000.

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