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Former Bank of Union president indicted in connection with bank failure
Tuesday, 12.27.2016, 01:12pm

On December 13, 2016, a federal grand jury returned a 23-count indictment against John Arnold Shelley, 66, of Oklahoma City, in connection with the failure of the Bank of Union, announced Mark A. Yancey, United States Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma. 

The counts include conspiracy to commit bank fraud, bank fraud, money laundering, making false statements to a bank, misapplication of bank funds, false bank entries, wire fraud, and making false statements to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

Shelley was the President, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board, and a loan officer at The Bank of Union (BOU) in El Reno, Oklahoma, from approximately 1997 until his resignation on November 30, 2013. 


Residents asked to confine dogs
Tuesday, 09.02.2014, 04:57pm
The Minco Police Department is asking dog owners to keep their dogs confined following two incidents involving aggressive dogs.
The first incident occurred on July 3 when a citizen reported a vicious dog off of Fourth and Belle. The dog growled, barked and charged the resident and his son while the resident was in his yard.
Minco PD investigates break-ins
Tuesday, 09.02.2014, 04:54pm
Minco police responded to a series of break-ins that occurred in Minco overnight Thursday, Aug. 28, according to Captain Brian Hau, Minco Police Department Watch Commander.
Sister Act 3 debuts on Minco’s Main Street
Tuesday, 08.26.2014, 04:24pm
Sister Act 3 Boutique and Tanning is a delightful addition to Minco’s Main Street. 
My visit to the shop on Saturday certainly did not fail to impress.
Purge rumors prompt police to step up patrols
Tuesday, 08.26.2014, 04:21pm
Rumors of an Oklahoma Purge, complete with fliers, have begun to surface on social media sites. The fliers tout Oklahoma Purge from 7:00 p.m. August 30 to 7:00 a.m. August 31.
OFC brings new life to Armory
Tuesday, 08.26.2014, 04:17pm
Truckloads of material for Oklahoma Folding Carton’s newest venture are arriving as owner Bruce Baade works to prepare the Armory for use in his business expansion.
The business consists of repackaging material from other companies.
Reserve officer jailed for alleged sex crimes
Tuesday, 08.19.2014, 05:37pm
A Minco reserve police officer has been relieved of duty after allegations of criminal activity led to his arrest in Oklahoma City.
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