A former credit union CEO in Ohio and a former teller in Michigan pleaded guilty to charges that they stole tens of thousands of dollars from their credit unions.

Jane Ann Dearth, 42, the former president/CEO of the $53 million Riverview Credit Union in Belpre, Ohio, pleaded guilty Jan. 23 in Washington County Common Pleas Court to a felony theft charge, according to The Marietta Times.

From April 2011 to March 2014, Dearth wrote herself unauthorized mileage checks, submitted reimbursement requests for personal expenses, made unauthorized charges to her credit union credit card and unauthorized payments to her husband, the newspaper reported.

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