Arbuckle woman charged in Woodland theft
An Arbuckle woman allegedly embezzled $30,000 from a homeless-aid group in Woodland, police said Wednesday.
Leona Jull, executive director of Fourth and Hope, used a credit card to steal money during the past three years, spending it on personal items, police said.
Fourth and Hope employees reported the theft in April, sparking a probe by the Woodland Police Department.
The Colusa County Sheriff's Department arrested Jull on Tuesday night on a warrant.
She was booked into the Colusa County Jail on grand theft charges. Bail set at $20,000. She will be arraigned in Yolo County Superior Court.
Fourth and Hope works to provide services for the homeless population in Woodland and throughout Yolo County.