NCUA Issues Prohibition Orders Against Four CU Employees
Embezzlement and fraud are among the crimes that caused the NCUA to issue prohibition orders against four credit union employees.
Rene Kisor, a former employee of Pen Air Federal Credit Union in Pensacola, Fla. was convicted of theft, embezzlement or misapplication of funds. Kisor was sentenced to two days imprisonment, five years of supervised release and ordered to pay $58,123 in restitution.
Melissa Laliberte, a former employee of Meriden Franco-American Federal Credit Union, Meriden, Conn. was convicted of embezzlement from a credit union and filing a false income tax return. Laliberte was sentenced to seven years and three months in prison and four of supervised released. She was also ordered to pay $961,871 in restitution to the NCUA and IRS.
Christine McLamb, a former employee of Health Facilities Federal Credit Union in Florence, S.C. was convicted of embezzlement and sentenced to six years and three months in prison, five years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $1,033,965 in restitution.
Cynthia Vaughan, a former manager of Rockland Employees Federal Credit Union, Spring Valley, N.Y., based upon her indictment for three counts of Bank Fraud.
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Violation of a prohibition order is a felony offense punishable by imprisonment and a fine of up to $1 million.