In less than a month, a second fraud case involving a Hawaiian creditunion is being prosecuted against a former president/CEO and aformer employee who allegedly embezzled more than a $1 million.

On Monday, Janell Purdy, 40, pleaded not guilty to one count ofconspiracy and six counts of embezzlement in U.S. District Court inHonolulu. She worked as a customer service representative andteller at the $3.1 million First Hawaiian Homes Federal CreditUnion in Hoolehua, on the island of Molokai.

Allennie Naeole, 55, was indicted on one count of conspiracy,six counts of embezzlement and one count each of making falseentries and aggravated identity theft. Naeole, who was the creditunion's president/CEO, has not entered a plea as of Tuesday,according to court records.

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