Handcuffs sitting on top of a pile of money. Source: Shutterstock.

Johnathan Coleman Jr. began working at a Florida branch of the $156 billion Navy Federal Credit Union on July 2, 2021. By Aug. 6, he defrauded 38 member accounts out of a total of $357,491, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).

About two weeks later, a Navy Federal senior investigator confronted Coleman, 28, of Delray Beach about the suspected theft and reported it to police.

Peter Strozniak

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