A former Mahoning County Sheriff's Deputy appeared in court on Friday and is facing multiple charges.

According to Mahoning County Sheriff's Office Detective, Pat Mondora, 65-year-old John Demart had allegedly altered golf reservations while working at the pro shop at the Kensington Golf Course in Canfield and pocketed the money for himself.

A criminal complaint obtained by 21 News alleges that Demart had stolen a total of $236 from Kensington Golf Course over the course of seven separate incidents in August. 

These allegations came to light after the Director of Golf Operations for the club told detectives that he had issues with a golf reservation and eventually discovered the reservation had been altered.

Detective Mondora confirmed with 21 News Demart's former status as a Sheriff's Deputy.

Court records show Demart is charged with seven counts of theft, a first degree misdemeanor and two counts of telecommunication fraud, a fifth degree felony.

He pled not guilty to these charges during an arraignment hearing on Friday and is due back in court for a preliminary hearing on October 6.