Former Miracles Club executive indicted for embezzlement

Herman Cordell Bryant is accused of stealing $144,000 from the addiction recovery nonprofit.

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The former executive director of the Miracles Club has been indicted on accusations that he embezzled $144,000 from the Northeast Portland nonprofit, then gambled away much of the money at the Spirit Mountain Casino.

Herman Cordell Bryant, 59, was indicted Feb. 1 on first-degree aggravated theft and other charges related to the theft of money from the Miracles Club, which helps recovering drug addicts and alcoholics maintain their sobriety.

The criminal allegations are the latest blow to the organization in the past 1 1/2 years.

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