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A former credit union employee, sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for embezzlement, targeted accounts of 23 members who were either ill, near death or who lived out of town to steal more than $300,000 over four years, according to court documents.

Carla Welborn, who worked at the Veterans Administration Medical Center branch of the $7 million Credit Union of Leavenworth County in Lansing, Kan,, was also ordered by a U.S. District Judge Kathryn Vratil in Kansas City on July 30 to pay restitution of $28,002 to the credit union and $329,702 to the CUNA Mutual Group.

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