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A former teller who stole thousands of dollars from the $94.5 million Alaska Air Group Federal Credit Union and attempted to falsify records to cover it up was banned from participating in the affairs of any insured financial institution, the NCUA said Monday.

According to court records obtained by CU Times, Labrandi Nicole Wilson, 45, of Anchorage was sentenced in April 2020 to 180 days in jail, which was suspended by a state court judge who also ordered Wilson to two years of probation.

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