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Eight people have been banned by the NCUA from working at federally insured financial institutions because of their past actions while working for a credit union.Susan Bender, a former teller at New Alliance Federal Credit Union, Ambridge, Pa., signed an order of prohibition without admitting or denying fault to avoid the time and cost of litigation.Nikita Brown, a former employee at First Delta Federal Credit Union, Marks, Miss., was convicted of bank fraud and embezzlement. She was sentenced to 78 months in prison, five years of supervised probation and ordered to pay $1.5 million in restitution.Roselle Farias, former manager of Prince Kuhio Federal Credit Union, Honolulu, was convicted of bank fraud. She was sentenced to 16 months in prison, five years of supervised probation and ordered to pay $96,000 in restitution.Jorge Fleitas, a former loan processor at Beacon Community Credit Union, Louisville, Ky., was convicted of conspiracy to commit mail and bank fraud and aggravated identity theft. He was sentenced to 24 months in prison, three years of supervised probation and ordered to pay $19,000 in restitution.Eve Hutchinson, a former employee of Buffalo Fire Department Federal Credit Union, Buffalo, N.Y., was convicted of grand larceny and sentenced to five years probation, six months home confinement, 250 hours community service and ordered to pay $72,000 in restitution.Gisela Rivera Rosado, the former manager at La Casa Federal Credit Union, Newark, N.J., was convicted of embezzlement and sentenced to serve six months under house arrest, five years of supervised probation and ordered to pay $120,000 in restitution.Jacqueline Tribou, a former employee of Eastern Maine Medical Center Federal Credit Union, Bangor, Maine, was convicted of theft and sentenced to 30 days in jail.Robyn Mullen-Turner, a former employee of GPM Credit Union, South Portland, Maine, was convicted of theft and sentenced to 364 days in prison, with all but 45 days suspended, one year of probation and ordered to pay $2,000 in restitution.Violations of a ban are punishable by imprisonment and fines of up to $1 million.–[email protected]

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