After years of investigating, an indictment is handed down for a former Wisconsin credit union bookkeeper.
Former credit union accountant is sentenced for stealing more than $300,000.
A Michigan judge sentences a former credit union CEO to prison for stealing nearly $2 million from her credit union.
The 67-year-old Linda Lee Clark admits to a crime that led to the collapse of an Iowa credit union.
Michael LaJoice changes his plea to guilty, admitting he stole $18M from the failed credit union at which he served.
Rhoda Pohina, a former assistant manager at Harrison District No. 2 FCU, is accused of stealing $78,000.
Shanice M. Mano, formerly of Credit Union 1, changes her plea from not guilty to guilty on Oct. 11.
Jonathan Dunning of Alabama is sentenced for stealing more than $16 million from a failed CU.
Are you turning a blind eye to these common traits shared among embezzlers?
CU Times Reporter Peter Strozniak offers insight into what drives someone to steal from their own workplace.