The bookkeeper at a Cherokee County (Georgia) church was arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing $60,000 from the church. Cherokee sheriff’s Sgt. Jay Baker said authorities believe Susan Brooms, 40, funneled the money from Sixes Presbyterian Church to pay her personal expenses. “Investigators suspect Brooms had been taking money from the church account since 2004,” Baker said. Brooms is being held without bond, charged with felony theft by taking and two counts of forgery. While searching her home for financial records, detectives found a small amount of cocaine in her husband’s belongings, Baker said. James Brooms, 52, was charged with cocaine possession and was released after posting a $12,055 bond.