Future uncertain for NIU arrestees
DeKALB – Northern Illinois University officials announced Wednesday a determination will be made later this week about the employment status of those charged in the “coffee fund” investigation.
Felony charges were filed and arrest warrants were issued Tuesday for nine people in connection with a police investigation into university employees who allegedly were recycling university-owned scrap metal and other materials, then depositing the proceeds into an off-the-books account known as the coffee fund.
Those charged are Robert Albanese, Joseph Alberti, Mark Beaird, Keenon Darlinger, Michael Hall, Keith Jackson, Lawrence Murray, Kenneth Pugh and Susan Zahm. Albanese, the former associate vice president of finance and facilities, resigned in July.
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