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Second lawsuit filed.

A civil lawsuit claims the liquidated Louisville Metro Police Officers Credit Union allegedly failed to act in the best interests of their members in hiring and retaining an employee who is at the center of an investigation.

The lawsuit, filed July 18 by three former members in U.S. District Court in Louisville, Ky., names Josephine Crowe, the credit union’s former vice president and loan officer. The former members India Moore, Enrico Clarkson and Antonio Brown, claimed that LMPOCU took an unreasonable risk of hiring and retaining Crowe.

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