A former C-E-O of First National Bank in Waupaca has agreed to pay one-point-six million dollars in restitution, even though he still disputes federal allegations that he was reckless. The U-S currency comptroller’s office filed charges last summer accusing Archie Overby of unsafe and unsound practices by having the bank pay one-point-six million dollars in personal expenses from 2010 through ’13 — including part of the costs for a safari in Tanzania. And he was paid three-point-five million dollars in salary and bonuses during those four years. Overby tells the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel he did nothing wrong even though he’s settling his case — and he was the victim of an overzealous regulator. No criminal charges have been filed against him.