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A former Sumter County School District official from South Carolina indicted on embezzlement charges of over $10,000.
According to a release from the Attorney General’s office, the State Grand Jury filed charges against Vivian “Libby” Campbell DuBose. Those charges included two counts of embezzlement and one count of misconduct in office. DuBose served as the Director of the Child Early Reading Development and Education Program for the school. The filing claimed DuBose used public funds to buy various consumer-type items such as “AppleTV(s), Keurig(s)…NuWave(s), slow cooker (s), fryer (s),” among other items and appliances. The filing also alleged DuBose unlawfully converted at least $10,000 worth of such purchases for her personal use. According to the document, DuBose allegedly received unlawful payment for training sessions she did not conduct or wasn’t certified to conduct. If convicted, DuBose could face up to 30 years in prison if the sentences were consecutive.