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WCBD News 2: Former Crisis Ministries CFO accused of embezzling more than $400k

CHARLESTON, SC – The former Chief Financial Officer for Crisis Ministries is facing federal charges for embezzling more than $400,000 from the homeless shelter. Last June, Carol Libby was arrested for allegedly embezzling¬†around $96,000. Following the investigation, it was announced on Tuesday that Libby allegedly embezzled $440,000. “A thorough investigation has revealed the extent of

ABC News 4: Update – Former Crisis Ministries CFO indicted on federal embezzlement charges

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — A former chief financial officer at Crisis Ministries is now facing federal charges of embezzling more than $440,000. According to court documents, Carol Libby is accused of defrauding the homeless shelter from 2006 through 2013. The indictment states Libby “generated more than 400 unauthorized business checks” which she made payable to

Charleston Regional Business Journal: Crisis Ministries employee brought up on embezzlement charges

By Ashley Barker abarker@scbiznews.com Published April 22, 2014 A former CFO for Crisis Ministries is facing federal embezzlement charges Carol Libby was charged with fraudulently obtaining more than $440,000 from the homeless-services provider over a period of seven years. She was also charged with five counts of wire fraud, according to a statement issued by

WCBD-TV (Channel 2): Former Crisis Ministries employee faces additional charges in embezzlement case

CHARLESTON, SC – Tuesday it was announced that former Crisis Ministries employee, Carol Libby, is facing five additional charges of wire fraud in connection with an ongoing embezzlement investigation. Related: Homeless shelter employee now charged with embezzling $96K Crisis Ministries released the following statement Tuesday: In June 2013, Crisis Ministries learned that a long-time trusted

WCSC-TV (Live 5 News): Affidavit: Former Crisis Ministries CFO embezzled over $440,000

By Philip Weiss Рemail  CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) РFederal charges have been filed against a former Crisis Ministries chief financial officer who allegedly used her position to steal nearly $500,000 from the charitable organization. According to an affidavit, 55-year-old Carol Libby used her position as the chief financial officer at Crisis Ministries to embezzle

Post and Courier: Former Crisis Ministries CFO federally charged, accused of embezzling half million dollars from Charleston shelter

The former chief financial officer for Crisis Ministries accused of embezzling money from the Charleston homeless shelter is facing federal charges for allegedly stealing about half a million dollars, according to court records. Carol Libby, 56, of Mount Pleasant was charged with five counts of wire fraud on Tuesday, according to court documents. Click here

ABC News 4: Former Crisis Ministries CFO indicted on federal embezzlement charges

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — A former chief financial officer at Crisis Ministries is now facing federal charges of embezzling more than $440,000. According to court documents, Carol Libby is accused of defrauding the homeless shelter from 2006 through 2013. The indictment states Libby “generated more than 400 unauthorized business checks” which she made payable to

WCIV-TV: Crisis Ministries CFO charged with embezzlement

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — The chief financial officer for Crisis Ministries has been charged with embezzlement, according to police records. Carol Libby was accused Monday of taking more than $11,000 from the nonprofit and funneling it into her personal account. All of the checks were made out to other businesses, not the employee, according to

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