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fundraiser which claimed it would benefit the two fallen Toledo firefighters
has been canceled.
Steven Machinski and Jamie Dickman died while
fighting a fire in north Toledo on January 26.
event was to be held this Saturday at the International Boxing Club in Toledo.
Just days beforehand, the organizer decided to cancel the event.
Close to 100 arts and craft vendors paid
money to set up a booth at the event. Business owners also donated items and
People started asking questions when the
event organizer, Chris Nastachowsk set up a bank account and non-profit
organization under the name "Fallen Firefighter Fund."
"It raised a few flags because there are
already funds and why wouldn't organizers just piggy back on one of the
existing funds?" said Mollie Morris of the Better Business Bureau.
The BBB is investigating, along with the Ohio
Attorney General's office and Toledo Police.
"I have already talked to prosecutors. I talk
to Julia Bates today. She is aware of the situation and we're going to make
sure that if there is any funny business that went along with this, people will
be prosecuted," said Toledo Police Sergeant Joe Heffernan.
Fire and Rescue says it does not endorse specific events because it simply does
not have time to vet them.
stance has always been, before you donate money or goods, check into that
group, that organization. Make as best that you can, to vet them in some way,
that they are honorable in their intentions," said Toledo Fire and Rescue Lieutenant
Nastachowsk say he and his
wife are into arts and crafts and wanted to raise money the only way they knew
how. He says all the vendors will receive refunds via certified mail. Organizers also say they are returning
donated items and gift cards to businesses.