|By Bruce Vielmetti, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel|
He is charged with three counts of theft in a business setting, special facts. Each carries a maximum penalty of six years.
Investigators at Northwestern Mutual first noticed suspicious transactions last fall, fired Voboril and turned the matter over to law enforcement, who served a search warrant at the company's offices in October and removed several computers.
When the investigation was first disclosed in February, Voboril's attorney,
Another member of Gimbel's firm,
According to the criminal complaint:
Voboril became the trustee in 2007 for a trust established by a man who died in 1997.
The income from the trust was to be paid to the man's son, during his life, and any remaining principal distributed to St. Margaret Mary church.
In 2009, 2010 and 2011, while he was acting as trustee, Voboril issued checks from the trust account for
The beneficiary of the trust, which had
In 2010, Voboril moved
After the investigation began, nearly
The complaint states "it is not known" whether the money constitutes all the funds due to the trust.
The criminal complaint does not include any counts related to withdrawals Voboril made from a
Some of that money also appeared to be used to make loans to a business.
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