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Former Vanderbilt Law School Manager Is Accused of Embezzling More than $600K


A fired administrative services manager at Vanderbilt law school in Nashville has been charged with theft based on accusations he stole at least $600,000 from the school.

U.S. Marshals arrested Jason Hunt, 34, in Arkansas on Friday, according to NewsChannel5.com and the Tennessean. He had worked at the school since 2005.

Hunt was fired in November after an internal investigation. The next month, he started a night club in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, according to NewsChannel5.com. He was arrested in Arkansas close to the place where he grew up.

The school forwarded its findings to Davidson County prosecutors for criminal prosecution.

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