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DA investigating former HACC V-P

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

A former vice-president at Harrisburg Area Community College is being investigated for possibly misusing funds at the college, officials said.

Nancy Rockey, who served as vice president of HACC's Harrisburg campus, is the subject of a criminal investigation, according to Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico.

The investigation is ongoing, Marsico said, and he expects to release more information in the coming weeks.

Rockey was terminated from the college in February 2012.

HACC president John J. Sygielski, Ed. D. released a statement saying the college has cooperated with the district attorney's office. Sygielski said he will defer further comment until the conclusion of the investigation.

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