Convicted of embezzlement, fraud or grand theft, former credit union employees who worked as a CEO, a branch supervisor and a teller were banned from participating in the affairs of any federally insured financial institutions, the NCUA announced earlier this week.

In May 2016, a jury found Charles P. Juska, the former president/CEO of the $22.3 million Tazewell County School Employees Credit Union in Pekin, Ill., guilty of 11 counts of bank fraud, misapplication of credit union funds, and false entry in credit union records last year. A federal judge in December 2016 sentenced him to 33 years, or three years for each offense, to be served concurrently, which means Juska is serving a three-year sentence.  He also was ordered to pay of $600,744 and serve five years of supervised released after his prison term.

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