Former MU College of Engineering financial services director charged

Greg Stevens
A storm begins to roll over the Francis Quadrangle on the University of Missouri campus in late October.

Horse using lessons, big-display screen televisions meant for a United Way fundraiser, leather chairs from a student lounge and shrubbery are amongst a listing of objects former University of Missouri University of Engineering money services director Brandon Guffey allegedly stole or fraudulently acquired, in accordance to court docket documents.

Charges versus Guffey in Boone County Circuit Court docket, submitted Wednesday, are felony thieving, felony forgery, felony fraudulent use of a credit rating machine and misdemeanor fraudulent use of a credit rating system.

Guffey waived formal arraignment and his attorney entered a “not guilty” plea on his behalf. No hearings have been scheduled.

The university fired Guffey in January and began an audit. Released in late June, the audit detailed how complaints by 18 staff members customers in the Higher education of Engineering had been persistently overlooked, allowing for thefts to continue.

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