* in addition to the bit about the home renovation I posted about previously, we learn here that the purchase of the horse for Sue Hayhow's daughter was introduced today and a cheque presented to the jury that showed that funds for the horse came from agency funds. Also, it appears that the prosecutor intends to present evidence of credit card misuse. Good.
* this article confirms what I'd believed to be true - that it was a board member (a new one, which I didn't know) who started getting suspicious after learning that Sue Hayhow paid her (now ex) husband a full year's salary after he learned of her affair and left the agency's employ.
* In this article, we hear the first bit of information about what the defence's case might be: Pitting the two Hayhows against each other. It's interesting to me that her lawyer doesn't seem to be denying that agency cheques were used to pay for personal expenditures; he doesn't seem to be arguing that they paid the agency back for those personal expenditures; he instead appears through his questioning to simply be wanting to blame Rick Hayhow for the (alleged) fraud by saying that he was responsible for paying the bills (though her signature was apparently on the cheques and, even if not, she as the Executive Director would surely be responsible anyway) and she may have been 'distracted.'
Interesting...finally we're getting to hear a little about what the Hayhows might have been thinking these past five years since the bankruptcy!
Here's the link for the article noted below: Agency Cheques Used to Pay For Horse & Home Renovations