Former Kinloch mayor indicted for lying about employment records

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ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI) – Former Kinloch Mayor Keith Conway was indicted in federal court in downtown St. Louis.  It’s alleged that Conway falsified employment records while in the custody of the Unites States Bureau of Prison, at the Dismas House Residential Reentry Center in St. Louis.

Conway had been staying at the Dismas halfway house as part of sentence from his conviction for using Kinloch city money to pay for personal expenses, person travel, buying a condo in Florida and influence peddling of Kinloch city officials.  His original sentence was for 21 months in a federal prison, was served at the Marion, Illinois facility.

As part of conditions for full release from the bureau of prisons, Conway was to obtain full time employment.

The indictment says Conway submitted false records for employment and paycheck stubs.

Conway, 49, if convicted of the charges, will be facing a maximum prison sentence of 5 years and a fine of up to $250,000.

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