The NCUA last week banned two tellers, one who helped plan tworobberies of a Texas credit union and another who stole money fromaccounts of elderly members at a credit union in Virginia.

Desire Valverde, 23, a former teller of the $254 millionEducation Credit Union in Amarillo, Texas, was sentenced in July tomore than eight years in federal prison, after she pleaded guiltyto credit union robbery and aiding and abetting a credit union robbery.

During an investigation of two Education CU branch robberies inMay and September 2016, FBI agents learned Valverde provided one ofthe robbers with information on how and when to commit eachrobbery.

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