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stealing 3 sums of money from a bank

Discussion in 'Banking, Finance, Investments' started by Mew259uu, Jan 24, 2005.

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  1. Mew259uu

    Mew259uu Law Topic Starter New Member

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    While i was employed for a multistate bank, i had a co-worker who confided in me that she had stolen from the company. Once she deposited a loan payment into her checking account. I warned her she could get caught. later she told me that to cover her tracks she took another loan payment from another company to cover up the first missing payment, then a few months later she took yet another loan payment from yet another company to cover up the missing one from that one. Well she says this is where the story ends. Also this all took place in Arizona, though i dont think that matters.

    Now I told her she could be held liable for 3 crimes, stealing from 3 people even though she only beneffited from stealling from one. I told her that she beneffited from all three be cause the 2 subsequent miss-applicaiton of funds helped hide the fact of the first theft.

    She doesnt think its all that big a deal because its under $500 and she says its a misdemeanor, i told her that stealling from a bank is a federal crime and she could do time but she wont believe me. Can you clear this up for us?
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    bank fraud upon the people

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    There is no lawful authority for it. :eek:

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