The National Credit Union Administration issued notices of prohibition on six credit union employees who pleaded guilty to an assortment of crimes in May, effectively barring them from working or participating in any federally insured financial institution.
The six individuals who received NCUA-issued notices were:
- Andrew Belzinskas, a former employee of Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union in Cleveland, who pleaded guilty to bank fraud and conspiracy to commit bank fraud. Belzinskas was sentenced to two years in prison and three years of supervised release and was ordered to pay $436,026 in restitution.
- Mark Fierro, a former employee of Culver City Employees Credit Union in Culver City, Calif., pleaded guilty to identity theft. Fierro received a suspended sentence and five years of probation and was required to perform 60 days of community service and ordered to pay $60,000 in restitution.
- Susan Holm, a former employee of New Haven Police and Municipal Community Federal Credit Union in New Haven, Conn., pleaded guilty to larceny. She received a suspended sentence and five years' probation and was ordered to pay $30,000 in restitution.
- Donna Jennings, a former employee at Winchester Community Federal Credit Union in Winchester, Va., pleaded guilty to embezzlement. Jennings was sentenced to 54 months in prison and four years of supervised release and was ordered to pay $1 million in restitution.
- Jacqueline Manning, a former employee of Boise U.S. Employees Federal Credit Union in Boise, Idaho, pleaded guilty to theft. Manning was sentenced to a minimum of four years in prison and ordered to pay $213,303 in restitution.
- Olivia Walker, a former employee of Members Exchange Credit Union in Ridgeland, Miss., pleaded guilty to robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. Walker was sentenced to 15 years in prison and five years of supervised release and was ordered to pay a still-undetermined amount of restitution.