Former treasurer sentenced after stealing money from Charlotte non-profit

The former treasurer of a Charlotte area non-profit has been sentenced to two years in prison for stealing more than $344,000 from the organization.

Floyd Weaver, 53, admitted Monday, October 19, to stealing from the organization between 2008 and 2013.

Weaver of Rock Hill pleaded guilty to a count of uttering counterfeit and forged securities.

He admitted to forging more than 100 checks and using the non-profit's debit card for personal use.

A spokesperson with CPCC confirms Weaver is a health information technology instructor, but say the charges are not connected to this job.

Weaver will serve his time in federal prison.