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DATE: September 4, 2015
CASE: Elizabeth Radmand
PROSECUTOR: Deputy District Attorney Morgan Forrest, Special Investigations Unit
District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced that 63-year-old Elizabeth Radmand pled no contest to grand theft and making false entries in records. She also admitted to enhanced taking and aggravated white collar crime allegations.
Radmand was a trusted employee at the Polam Federal Credit Union between 1993 and 2010. She used her position of trust to steal approximately $141,000. In order to conceal her theft, Radmand falsified bank documents. When she was caught, she made up a story that the credit union had been burglarized by two men.
The Honorable Laurel White sentenced Radmand to 3 years state prison and ordered her to pay $180,142 in restitution.
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