GRANGEVILLE, Idaho -- The former president of a Grangeville hospital foundation is charged with 10 felony counts of grand theft and computer crimes for allegedly withholding or transferring money from the Syringa Hospital Foundation into her personal account.

The Lewiston Tribune reports Laurie Anne Rockwell was served with a summons Wednesday. She is scheduled to appear in Magistrate Court next Tuesday. Rockwell is married to Idaho County Commissioner James Rockwell.

The criminal complaint does not state how much money is missing from the foundation's events, thrift store and tuition assistance funds, but the charges allege Rockwell took more than $1,000 from each account between January 2008 and January 2011.

The case was investigated and is being prosecuted by the Idaho Attorney General's office.

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