Wesley Chapel, Florida -- Pasco deputies say roughly $7,000 is missing from an account established for the family of a man who was fatally shot during an argument inside a movie theater.
Chad Oulson is the man who was shot and killed by retired Tampa police captain Curtis Reeves in a movie theater back in January. According to the Tampa Bay Times, the account was set up for his family and investigators are following several leads as to why there is money missing.
Attorney TJ Grimaldi says the family kept asking the person who set up the fun to "shift the money to us." Then they learned some $7,000 was missing.
Grimaldi says several other organizations also held fundraisers and those funds are not in question.
Reeves is currently out on $150,000 bail, awaiting trial.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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