Former employees from Georgia, Ohio, and New York stand accused of embezzling from their credit unions.
Rhoda Pohina could face two to six years in prison for stealing money from a Colorado Springs credit union.
A credit union executive allegedly steals more than $350,000 and burns documents during an NCUA examination.
Allison Bushart gets prison time for defrauding senior Patelco CU members out of $410k.
Kansas gambler Nita Rae Nirschl steals more than $5M from the now-merged Parsons Pittsburg CU.
Six employees accused of theft and other crimes are forbidden from participating in the affairs of any federally-insured FI.
Ashley Comer is accused of stealing $130,000 while serving at N.G.H. CU in Nashville, Tenn.
The 67-year-old Linda Lee Clark admits to a crime that led to the collapse of an Iowa credit union.
Just in time for Halloween, CU Times reveals the most ridiculous disguises worn by criminals into branches across the country.
CU Times Reporter Peter Strozniak offers insight into what drives someone to steal from their own workplace.