Ex-ASU student accused of stealing nearly $100K from sorority

PHOENIX (FOX 10) - A former Arizona State University student is accused of stealing nearly $100,000 from her sorority.

According to court documents, 32-year-old Lillian Stulce made hundreds of unauthorized transactions using two debit cards that were assigned to her from the Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority at ASU.

The transactions totaled $94,393.03 and were made between March of 2014 and September of 2015.

The unauthorized transactions were discovered by Gamma Alpha Omega's insurance company when the sorority's insurance was canceled due to non-payment.

The investigation was originally submitted to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office on April 7, 2017.

Stulce was arrested on charges of theft and fraudulent use of a credit card on February 12, 2019. Upon being arrested, Stulce requested an attorney.

The investigation has been resubmitted to the attorney's office for review.