A local man was sentenced to 12 years in jail last week for planning a robbery at 310 Community CU last July by two 13-year-old boys, one his nephew. Police said Albert Griebe, 33, convinced nephew Mathew Tabor and his friend, Kenneth Jackson, to rob the CU, while Griebe drove the getaway car because the boys were too young to drive, then took all of the cash from the hold-up. The teens were charged as juveniles.
Russia's largest bank is reinventing itself as a technology company and selling its own consumer electronic devices. Its chief tech officer says the moves are all about developing broader, more enduring customer relationships that the bank controls fully.
The agency’s report on mortgage data submitted by lenders identified persistent disparities between white borrowers and minorities in denial rates and pricing. Some observers say the bureau should have been more explicit as the nation wrestles with systemic racism.