Nine arrest warrants in 'coffee fund' case
SYCAMORE — DeKalb County State's Attorney Clay Campbell said arrest warrants were issued Tuesday afternoon for nine people in connection to the recent coffee fund controversy at Northern Illinois University.
Those charged are: Robert Albanese, Michael Hall, Lawrence Murray, Susan Zahm, Kenneth Pugh, Keenon Darlinger, Mark Beaird, Joseph Alberti and Keith Jackson.
According to the NIU Materials Management website, Pugh serves as Materials Management Director and also is listed under Furniture Repair Services. Alberti is listed as the manager of Central Stores while Darlinger is listed under Special Orders for Central Stores. Murray is listed as the manager of Receiving and Property Control. Hall is listed as the manager of Distribution Services. Zahm is listed as the inventory record control supervisor of Property Control.
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