On weekdays he worked as a stockbroker.
On Sundays he served as an Episcopal priest.
But the lines got blurred, and now both of the Rev. William Warnky's careers are in jeopardy.
Securities regulators suspended the Dallas man's registration as a broker last week. They said he had defrauded a former client and disregarded an order to repay him $50,000.
At least one other former client has accused Warnky of financial misconduct and is also seeking a repayment order, according to Financial Industry Regulatory Authority records.
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