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Arrest for fraud CU staffers arrested on fraud charges.

A deposits manager, head teller and branch services staffer have been indicted on multiple felony counts of identity fraud in connection with the theft of $85,000 from the $35.8 million Lanier Federal Credit Union in Oakwood, Ga.

Judy Carolyn Barfield, a former deposits manager at Lanier, was arrested by police Monday, according to the Hall County Sheriff’s office in Gainesville, Ga. The 67-year-old Flowery Branch, Ga., resident was indicted March 31 by a Hall County grand jury on eight counts of identity fraud.

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