Paul Sloan admits to stealing from Airline History Museum

Paul D. Sloan used to make a nice pile of money running the Airline History Museum. Today, he’s a convicted felon.

Sloan appeared in Cass County court on Monday and pleaded guilty to stealing from the museum, which occupies a hangar at the Wheeler Downtown Airport. Sloan, the executive director, was accused of mishandling the nonprofit’s checkbook to the tune of $51,000. He was placed on probation for five years and ordered to pay $10,000 in restitution, with a $200 check due on December 1.

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