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Dec. trial set for ex-Barboursville bank executive

October 21, 2013
Associated Press

BARBOURSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) — A December trial is set for a former First State Bank executive accused of bank fraud and misappropriation of bank funds.

A federal indictment says 33-year-old Jackie Cantley forged the signature of a cousin who was in prison on loan-related documents, along with the signatures of others. He also is accused of approving loans to borrowers who didn't qualify.

The indictment says Cantley formerly was a vice president of First State Bank's branch in Barboursville. He resigned from the bank after it began an internal review of loans he'd authorized.

The Herald-Dispatch ( ) reports that Cantley's trial is scheduled to begin Dec. 17.


Information from: The Herald-Dispatch,



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