WASHINGTON - Having completed their high-profile prosecutions of thrift executives completed, federal agents are tackling fewer cases - but bigger ones.

Richard Stearns, deputy chief counsel for enforcement with the Office of Thrift Supervision, said criminal referrals from his agency have dropped steadily over the last three years, from 7,700 cases in 1992 to 7,300 in 1994.

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