The former president of Mount Royal University’s student union, who resigned from her post just one month ago, has been charged in a bank robbery in Calgary, reports the Calgary Herald. Meghan Darcy Melnyk, 27, was charged after taking cash from a Servus Credit Union. The crime involved “a fairly high degree of planning,” according to police. Melnyk resigned from her post in January following a review that “identified several potential anomalies and policy compliance issues,” according to a release. A weapon was found in Melnyk’s car when she was arrested.