Former MU College of Engineering financial services director charged

Horse using lessons, big-monitor televisions intended for a United Way fundraiser, leather-based chairs from a student lounge and shrubbery are between a checklist of objects previous University of Missouri Higher education of Engineering economical companies director Brandon Guffey allegedly stole or fraudulently ordered, according to court paperwork.

Charges versus Guffey in Boone County Circuit Court docket, filed Wednesday, are felony thieving, felony forgery, felony fraudulent use of a credit history gadget and misdemeanor fraudulent use of a credit score gadget.

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

The college fired Guffey in January and started an audit. Released in late June, the audit in depth how grievances by 18 staff members in the School of Engineering were continually overlooked, making it possible for thefts to go on.