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A former president of a small Illinois credit union was accused of misapplying about $550,000 in a loan scheme that benefitted members with bad credit and minimized the institution’s loan delinquencies, according to court documents obtained by CU Times.

Charles Juska, former president of the $25 million Tazewell County School Employees Credit Union in Pekin, Ill., pleaded not guilty to charges he forged at least seven members’ signatures, created numerous fraudulent loans over a five-year span and cooked the books to cover his tracks, the documents said.

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