Fraud Schemes Put Golf Club Manager On Most Wanted Fugitive List

 Wednesday, April 19, 2017

 East Bay Times

The former general manager of a golf club and a contractor have been arrested and charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars, which led to the club’s demise. Kevin Robert Fitzgerald, 45, the former general manager of the Roddy Ranch Golf Club in Antioch, and Mark Mattson, 56, a general contractor, turned themselves in to police Tuesday afternoon on charges of grand theft, diverting construction funds, theft from an elder or dependent, attempted grand theft, filing a false police report, and insurance fraud. The two surrendered days after Fitzgerald appeared on a list of Northern California’s most wanted fugitives.
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