Two senior executives of the failed First National Bank of Keystone, W.Va., were jailed after Federal Bureau of Investigation agents discovered heaps of buried bank documents that the pair allegedly hid from regulators.

Charging conspiracy to obstruct an Office of the Comptroller of the Currency examination, the U.S. attorney's office in Charleston, W.Va., on Friday ordered the arrests of Terry L. Church, the bank's senior vice president and president of its mortgage subsidiary, and Michael H. Graham, executive vice president of the mortgage company.

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