A former auditor with Flying J Inc. accused by licensing regulators of unprofessional conduct for his conviction of felony theft has voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a certified public accountant in Utah, an order said.

Owen Gene Hunsaker admitted to stealing more than $4,000 from Flying J by manipulating travel records and airline ticket refunds in 1988, a petition filed by the state Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing said.In May 1989, Hunsaker pleaded no contest to third degree felony theft in 1st District Court and was ordered to serve four days in the Box Elder County Jail and pay a $600 fine and restitution, the petition said.