Rhoda Pohina, a former assistant manager, was sentenced to fouryears in prison Wednesday for stealing more than $170,000 from the$14.3 million Harrison District No. 2 Federal Credit Union inColorado Springs, according to the 4th Judicial District Attorney'soffice.

The 39-year-old pleaded guilty to a felony theftcharge in August.

According to a police investigation, Pohina used her homecomputer to access the credit union's databases that shemanipulated to funnel cash advances into her account. She usedthose stolen funds to pay off her credit cards.

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