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Former credit union teller admits to using ATM transactions to create money for her account.

Federal prosecutors say a former teller created money for herself that did not exist, which was part of her scheme that enabled her to embezzle more than $80,000 from an Alabama credit union over three years.

Brianna Bates Gurley, who worked for the $289 million AOD Federal Credit Union in Oxford, Ala., agreed to plead guilty to embezzlement, according to a plea agreement filed last week in U.S. District Court in Birmingham.

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