SUNY Canton To Do Audit After VP Turns Herself In To Police
Update: 7 News Reporter John Friot has learned that SUNY Canton President Joseph Hoffman has authorized an internal control audit for the college after the shared Vice President of Business Affairs and Administrative Services Natalie Higley turned herself in to Georgia authorities Friday on a six count criminal indictment.
Late Friday afternoon, SUNY Potsdam released the following statement:
"The SUNY Potsdam campus leadership has already formulated a plan, and of course if the allegations move forward to trial, it would be our fiduciary responsibility to initiate an internal audit. Any review would be conducted by an external objective auditor."
Our earlier report:
The shared vice president of Business Affairs and Administrative Services for both SUNY Potsdam and SUNY Canton has turned herself in to Georgia authorities to face charges she allegedly stole items for Bainbridge State College.
Officials said Higley posted the bond and is free until her arraignment March 4.
Thursday, September 18, 2014, Watertown, NY
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