An investigation into “a scheme to defraud” of more than $50,000 prompted Jupiter police to search the home today of Kay-Lynette Roca, the recently ousted director of the no-kill Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary in Jupiter, a search warrant provided to The Palm Beach Post by her attorney shows.
The charge is a serious felony that could result in 30 years of prison time, said Roca’s lawyer, Mitch Beers. He said Roca doesn’t know what police are after.
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