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The former manager of small credit union in Oahu, Hawaii, was sentenced Sept. 18 to 15 months in prison, according to court documents.

Dona Takushi, 54, former manager of the $12.5 million Oahu Transit Services Employee Federal Credit Union, was charged with making more than 150 false entries into the cooperative’s books and stealing $120,000, including $55,000 in loans she obtained for herself and an associate, the documents said.

 

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