Posts Tagged ‘David Don’

St Pat’s accountant David Don struck off

Friday, April 13th, 2012

Former St Patrick’s College Wellington Executive Officer, David Don has been struck off the NZICA register. The Wellington-based accountant pleaded guilty in Wellington District Court last November to accessing a school computer for cash and to pay, among other things, for room service, sweat shirts and a king-sized water bed. In addition to being struck Read more

David Don jailed for defrauding St Pat’s

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

A school official who defrauded Wellington’s St Patrick’s College of more than $126,000 has been jailed for two years. David Don was sentenced on Friday 3 February in the Wellington District Court on eight charges of dishonestly accessing a computer system and one charge of money laundering. As executive officer of the school he stole Read more

St Patrick’s College executive paid for prostitutes and a water bed

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

David Don paid prostitutes and bought a waterbed with money stolen from St Patrick’s College Wellington, a court has been told.

Don, 44, today pleaded guilty when he appeared in Wellington District Court to eight counts of dishonestly accessing a computer system and one of money laundering.

He stole a total of $126,728.01 over the five years he was employed by St Patrick’s.

Judge Chris Tuohy remanded Don on bail for sentencing on February 3.


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College executive loses name supression

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Former St Patrick’s College executive officer David Don has lost name suppression over nine charges of taking $126,000 from the school.

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Students will be ok after $100,000 theft at St Patrick’s Wellington

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

Pupils at St Patrick’s College Wellington will not miss out on any activities as a result of a $100,000 theft, Chris McCarthy, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, said. David Don, the former St Patrick’s College Wellington executive officer is accused of stealing money from the College over a period of four years. According to Read more