A false arrest has led to a $1 million lawsuit against Fort Worth City Credit Union and two of its executives.

The $141 million FWCCU, along with Ron Fox, president of the single-branch credit union, and Zane Archer, a vice president and network administrator, were accused of negligence which led to libelous actions against Mike Martinez, a Fort Worth deputy city marshal who filed the lawsuit Feb. 24 in Tarrant County Civil Court.

Martinez was arrested on fraud charges last fall and fired from the Fort Worth Police Department after being accused of withdrawing $500 from a FWCCU savings account that belonged to another officer, according to court documents.

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