Camp Mont Shenandoah co-director charged with grand larceny

Hot Springs, Va. –

A co-director at Camp Mont Shenandoah in Millboro has been charged with a felony count of grand larceny. John “Jay” Batley of Millboro was arrested at the Roanoke airport on October 15 as he returned from a trip to California. According to Virginia State Police Special Agent Allen Brown, the charge involves some Camp Mont Shenandoah accounts that Batley used for personal expenses. Special Agent Brown says the investigation is active and there may be other charges pending.
A preliminary hearing in Bath County General District Court is Wednesday November 7.
Camp Mont Shenandoah is a summer camp for girls that was founded in 1927. Batley has been a co-director there since 1996.

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