Former Clemson employee arrested

CLEMSON — A former Clemson University employee was arrested last week, charged with using university money for personal expenses.
Eli A. Ker, 29, of 107 Ledgewood Way in Easley, was charged with breach of trust with fraudulent intent, $10,000 or more.

Ker, a former associate director for fraternity and sorority life at the university, was entrusted with funds from the Panhellenic Recruitment account, according to an arrest warrant, and is accused of converting more than $33,000 for personal use.

Ker was arrested last Friday and booked at the Clemson Police Department following an investigation conducted by the university’s police department and SLED.