A former teacher in the Outagamie County village of Hortonville is facing three counts of theft for stealing thousands of dollars from a parent-teacher organization and the Girl Scouts. Television station W-B-A-Y reports that a complaint against Renee Lafleur-Linder of Greenville was filed on November 15th. Back in February, investigators with the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office were shown bank documents and receipts dating back to August of 2014 belonging to Greenville Middle School’s Parent Teacher Organization. The documents showed purchases made with the P-T-O’s debit card which were not authorized totaling over seven thousand dollars. The principal said he was first made aware of the discrepancies when another P-T-O member told him there were problems with the finances. The member said Lafleur-Linder had been the only person with access to the account, as she was the treasurer. Investigators learned Lafleur-Linder was also a leader for a local Girl Scouts troop. They found she had two debit cards which belonged to two different troops. Unauthorized charges on the two cards total over 56-hundred dollars.