- Associated Press - Friday, November 2, 2018

FLEMINGSBURG, Ky. (AP) - Officials say a former eastern Kentucky school official has been charged with abuse of public trust involving more than $100,000.

Kentucky State Police say Gregory Thomas Conway of Vanceburg was arrested Thursday on the charge.

News outlets reported Fleming County Superintendent Brian Creasman said in a statement that Conway was the former director of districtwide operations for the school system. Creasman said the district has been reviewing irregularities involving public funds for months, and they still aren’t sure what led to the breach. He said the district has implemented more safeguards over the past several months to protect public funds.

Police did not release any further information. Jail records don’t show whether Conway has an attorney.

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