Former student president charged with bank robbery

Mount Royal’s Meghan Melnyk resigned one month ago


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.


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