UPDATE (7/6/18 2:45 P.M.):
The Monongalia County Sheriff’s Office arrested former Mon Health Systems president and CEO Darryl Duncan. Duncan sent several emails to Mon Health, and the homes and places of worships of his co-workers with the intent to harass his replacement, according to the sheriff’s office.
Duncan is charged with misdemeanor harassment.
A former Mon Health System president and CEO is facing allegations.
Darryl Duncan, former president and CEO of Mon Health System, has been accused of inappropriate behavior following his employment at Mon Health.
Mon Health System released this statement:
“We have seen the allegations against Mr. Duncan, but do not yet have all of the facts surrounding the alleged conduct that took place after his employment. We will fully cooperate as law enforcement investigates these claims, but it would not be appropriate for us to comment further at this time.”
Duncan entered a leave of absence in February 2018. That announcement came after the Mon Health System board of directors reportedly received a statement of no-confidence from doctors regarding the administration and Duncan.
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