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* MUNCIE, Ind. (8/12/09)--Bond has been set at $300,000 for Stanley Dewayne Wills, 30, Muncie, Ind., who pleaded not guilty to robbery charges stemming from a May 27 holdup at Industria Centre FCU, in which more than $250,000 was stolen. Wills and another man, John D. Repass, 29, were formally charged July 23 in a Circuit Court with robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, but authorities were unable to locate Wills until he showed up at a hearing Thursday. Repass was recently arrested in Utah, where he waived extradiction and is waiting to return to Indiana (The Star Press Aug. 7). He told authorities that he, Wills and Wills' girlfriend, Maranda Conley, 28, committed the robbery. On May 27, two men wearing disguises and armed with a handgun entered the credit union. They took the male employees to a back room and the female employees to the vault. They left in a car allegedly driven by Conley, 28 (The Star Press July 26) … * RALEIGH, N.C. (8/12/09)--State Employees' CU (SECU) members, through the SECU Foundation, approved a 0% , $470,000 construction loan to help build a 3,120 square- foot group home for people with traumatic brain injuries or developmental disabilities. Rowan Way would house six people on a 0.41-acre site in northwest Charlotte, N.C. SECU is partnering with the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA) for the housing project, which is sponsored by Autism Services of Mecklenburg County Inc. (ASMC). At the July 2nd groundbreaking were, from left: Ken Bell, architect; Margaret Stamey, ASMC board member; J. Marc Phillips, ASMC executive director; future resident Owen Gordon; Mary Reca-Todd, NCHFA supportive housing manager; Jerry Harmon, SECU senior vice president; Mark Twisdale, SECU Foundation executive director; and Stephen Kelly, ASMC board president. (Photo provided by SECU Foundation)


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