FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP) — The former volunteer treasurer of a Framingham youth soccer league has pleaded not guilty to embezzling more than $200,000 from the nonprofit and the real estate management firm where he worked.

Scott Vermilya entered his plea Thursday in Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn to charges including embezzlement, larceny and false entry in corporate books and records.

WFXT-TV ( ) reports that the 42-year-old Vermilya is accused of using the money from the Framingham United Soccer Club and Cambridge-based Destiny Real Estate Management on vacations, daily Dunkin' Donuts runs and liquor.

Vermilya's attorney, Dave Flanagan, declined to comment on the charges.

Framingham United, which serves 1,200 children, removed Vermilya in February and brought in an interim treasurer.


Information from: WFXT-TV,