In February, a former credit union accountant will begin her two-year prison sentence for stealing more than $300,000 from the $20.9 million Independent Employers Group Federal Credit Union in Hilo, Hawaii.

Melody Camba, 38, pleaded guilty to embezzlement in September, nine months after IEGFCU was merged into the $1.5 billion HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union in Honolulu in December 2015.

During Camba's sentencing hearing Dec. 21, U.S. District Court Judge Helen Gillmor ordered the former employee to pay $308,696 in restitution and serve five years of supervised release following her prison term.

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