Eva Barroso is sentenced to 27 months in prison for making false loans and spending the cash at casinos.
Duane Akuffo receives sentence for more than $530,000 worth of bogus auto loans.
Alabama business owner receives three year federal prison sentence for kiting checks at his Alabama One CU business account.
Farah Laurent allegedly made false payments to her credit union Visa card using closed bank accounts.
Roman Seleznev, known in the criminal underground as Track2, stands accused of stealing 180K credit cards.
Jessica Vidal, a former member services representative, and Connie Ortiz, former assistant branch manager, were indicted last week for embezzling more than $51,000 from the $423 million Pima Federal Credit Union in Tucson, Ariz.
Paul C. Smith, former president of the recently merged Laclede Community Credit Union, admits he stole $60K.
Two former CU employees, a wholesale auto vendor and an ID thief face justice.
More information is revealed about how two women created and sold fake participation loans.
In 2011, an NCUA examiner-in-charge reviewed a 2010 state examination of the $23.6 million Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union and said it sounded all too familiar.