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Trial to start for ex-UCA official in test thefts

By The Associated Press

This article was published March 10, 2014 at 7:07 a.m.

10/10/12 Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/STEPHEN B. THORNTON Former University of Central Arkansas chief of staff Jack Gillean, at a Faulkner County jail unit after bonding out Wednesday morning in Conway.

CONWAY — The trial of a former University of Central Arkansas chief of staff charged in the theft of tests is scheduled to start.

The trial for Jack Gillean is to begin with opening statements Monday in Van Buren County Circuit Court in Clinton after being moved there from Faulkner County because of pretrial publicity. A jury of seven men and five women plus two alternates was seated last week.

Gillean has pleaded innocent.

Prosecutors say Gillean gave a UCA student a master key, knowing that the student would use it to steal tests from the offices of professors.

Gillean resigned June 15th, 2012, after being questioned about the key.

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