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A plea deal has been reached in the criminal case of a man accused of stealing money from a volunteer organization in Keokuk. Court records state Tyler McGhghy agreed to plead guilty to one count of forgery.

Lee County Sheriff's Office

The former president of a volunteer organization that built an accessible playground in Keokuk was arrested Wednesday morning. Tyler McGhghy, 36, of rural Keokuk is charged with one count of theft and four counts of forgery.

An organization working to build an accessible playground in Keokuk said it's on-track to meet a significant fundraising goal.