Clark County alleging that trustees of the Central Ohio Association for Children’s Higher Education (COACHE) embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars in bingo proceeds. The lawsuit also alleges that COACHE operated a lucrative bingo game but made only nominal charitable contributions to the community, and in one recent year provided only $6,000 in charitable support despite generating more than $3 million in bingo revenues. More than $844,000 is unaccounted for and believed to have been diverted to personal use by the organization’s leaders. Current Ohio law states that proceeds from charitable gaming must be directed toward specific charitable purposes. The COACHE Board of Trustees has agreed to surrender its bingo license to the Ohio Attorney General.