A former CEO of a West Virginia credit union who embezzled more than $156,000 over three years was sentenced to one day in jail, while a teller who worked for an Alaskan credit union for few months and stole more than $100,000 will serve one year in federal prison.

U.S. District Judge James E. Seibert in Wheeling, W. Va., who sentenced Kathleen Gramlich, 65, to one day in prison on Feb. 24, also ordered her to pay $156,342 in restitution and to serve five years of supervised release.

Soon after Gramlich departed the $5.1 million Ohio County Public Schools Federal Credit Union in Wheeling in March 2016, the FBI launched an investigation following discrepancies that had been uncovered by an employee during a routine reconciliation of accounts.

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