Theft suspect turns himself in
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A local resident charged with embezzling about $20,000 from two nonprofit groups turned himself in Wednesday afternoon.
Douglas Komrosky is charged with felony theft of $20,809.47 from the Fresno Chapter of Walleye Unlimited and Montana Walleye Circuit. He turned himself in about 4 p.m. and was released on his own recognizance, Hill County Sheriff Greg Szudera said. An arraignment has not been scheduled.
Hill County Attorney David Rice said conditions of Komrosky's release include that he be law-abiding, remain in the Havre area and be available to law enforcement personnel at all times.