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Maryland federal prosecutors described Jalen Craig McMillan as a corrupt former bank employee who facilitated a sophisticated fraud scheme to steal more than $420,000 from Navy Federal Credit Union. Earlier this year, a jury found the fraudulent insider guilty of three counts of bank fraud, one count of conspiracy and 11 counts of aggravated identity theft.

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