NCUA Issues Five Prohibition Orders
The NCUA said Wednesday it has prohibited five individuals from participating in the affairs of any federally insured financial institution.
Erin Trevathan, a former employee of the $12 million Pampa Teachers Federal Credit Union in Pampa, Texas, pleaded guilty to fraud. He was sentenced to three years in prison, five years of supervised release and must pay $442,973.91 in restitution.
Kelly Osborne, a former employee of the $47.7 million Charlotte Fire Department Credit Union in Charlotte, N.C., pleaded guilty to embezzlement and must serve a six month prison sentence, three years of supervised release and pay restitution in the amount of $97,953.05.
Jayme Cather, a former employee of the $43 million Pittsburgh Central Federal Credit Union in Sewickley, Pa., had to complete 200 hours of community service and pay $16,508.02 in restitution in connection with unlawful use of a computer, left and receiving stolen property. The NCUA said she had to enter into an accelerated rehabilitative disposition program.
Aaron Kyle Harris, a former employee of the $338.6 million Mainstreet Credit Union in Lenexa, Kansas, was sentenced to eight months in prison, one year of supervised release and 18 months of probation after pleading no contest to unlawful acts concerning computers and theft.
Susanne Jenness, a former employee of the $4.8 million United Neighbors Federal Credit Union, in Watertown, N.Y., pleaded guilty to the charge of grand larceny and must serve five years’ probation and pay restitution in the amount of $22,215.70.
Violating a prohibition order is considered a felony offense punishable by imprisonment and a maximum $1 million fine.
Last month, the NCUA issued a prohibition order against one individual and four in February.