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Darrin Hopkins, one of three men who ran the so-called “God Squad” social media group that deceived high school students to steal hundreds of thousands from credit unions and a bank in Oregon and Southwest Washington, will be sentenced in September after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud.

Peter Strozniak

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