POCATELLO — Tyler Liddle, a former Idaho State University employee charged with embezzlement, used fake invoices and receipts to steal $116,000 from the university over a period of about four years, according to police reports obtained Monday.
According to the Bannock County investigator’s report, Liddle is accused of taking the cash between November 2012 and July 2016.
Liddle, 29, a former financial technician at ISU, was charged with felony misuse of public funds by a public officer or employee on Feb 28.
During an internal audit, investigators reviewed student petty cash reimbursement forms, receipts, invoices and correspondence from the student clubs. They determined that the misappropriation of funds was carried out through a series of fake invoices and payments made to fictitious students, vendors and inactive student groups.