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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – The first conviction has come across in the criminal case involving the alleged misappropriation of funds at D. Edward Wells Federal Credit Union a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s office in Massachusetts announced.

Mary Spruell pleaded guilty last week to aiding and abetting the misapplication of funds at the credit union by former CEO Carol Aranjo. She also pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return. Since she was not indicted by a grand jury, she pleaded guilty to an “information,” The Republican, a local newspaper reported.

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