Former Habitat for Humanity official gets 5 years' probation
Mar. 02, 2018
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — A former executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Council Bluffs has been given five years of probation in a federal identity theft case.
The Daily Nonpareil reports that Gina Malloy was sentenced Wednesday.
FBI investigators say Malloy forged a signature and used the victim's name, Social Security number and other information on loan and credit card applications. Investigators say the crimes occurred when Malloy was working for Habitat.
She left its employ and became executive director of Joslyn Castle in Omaha, Nebraska, in August 2015. She left that job in May 2016. Malloy's also known as Gina Primmer.
Her plea agreement says Malloy agreed to pay at least $13,490 back to Habitat and $12,100 to U.S. Bank in restitution.
Information from: The Daily Nonpareil, http://www.nonpareilonline.com