A former Colorado credit union branch manager was sentenced July7 to 60 days in a county jail, four years of probation and orderedto pay restitution and complete a drug rehab program.

Jessica Sorensen, 40, forged signatures of members at the $56million Grand Junction Federal Credit Union for cash withdrawals andtransfers to her own bank accounts, stealing more than $40,000,according to court documents.

Victims included former Aspen, Colo., mayor Mick Ireland, whoreportedly lost almost $12,000, and former Marble, Colo., mayorJohn Anthony Petrocco, who had more than $20,000 stolen, accordingto court documents.

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